China for the period from January to May 2018 reduced investment in the US by 92%, or 12.5 times, to 1 billion 800 million dollars. The outflow of Chinese capital, taking into account the sale of assets of Chinese companies in the US, amounted to 7 billion 800 million dollars, according to a report of Rhodium Group. The investment was adversely affected by the increased tension in China's relations with the US, as well as the Chinese leadership's desire to limit the withdrawal of capital from the PRC and reduce the debt burden of companies. Last year, the volume of transactions involving Chinese companies in the US fell to $29 billion from $46 billion a year earlier. In 2017, the number of unfinished and discussed deals with the participation of Chinese investors also decreased.
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