A national-security panel in 2019 increased its review of business deals involving foreign money, the first year after Congress ordered it to scrutinize such transactions more thoroughly, according to a new report released Thursday.
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. reviewed 325 business transactions that involved foreign money, topping the number of deals the panel has reviewed each year since 2010, according to its annual report to Congress. By comparison, in 2018 the panel reviewed 249 transactions.
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