Law360 (August 4, 2021, 6:36 PM EDT) — On July 26, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States released the unclassified version of its most recent annual report, covering calendar year 2020.
While the annual report covers transactions that CFIUS evaluated prior to President Joe Biden taking office in January and thus does not reflect developments stemming from the new administration’s national security policy priorities, the data in the annual report demonstrates CFIUS’ continued relevance to cross-border transactions across diverse subsectors, including many that have not traditionally been considered sensitive — e.g., health and personal care stores.
Moreover, the annual report contains useful data for transaction planning…
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