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Sovereign Wealth Funds: Laws Limiting Foreign Investment Affect Certain U.S. Assets and Agencies Have Various Enforcement Processes
Loren Yager (au); Richard H. Hillman (au)
Foreign investors in U.S. companies or assets include individuals, companies, and government entities. One type of foreign investor that has been increasingly active in world markets is sovereign wealth funds (SWF), government-controlled funds that seek to invest in other countries. As the activities of these funds have grown, they have been praised as providing valuable capital to world markets, but questions have been raised about their lack of transparency and the potential impact of their investments on recipient countries. This report reviews: (1) U.S. laws that specifically affect foreign investment, including that by SWFs, in the U.S.; and (2) processes agencies use to enforce them. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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