Chinese Coping With More Rejection as Deals Unwind: Chart

Chinese companies attempting overseas acquisitions are running into more resistance, with the value of scrapped deals this year approaching the 2009 high of $28.5 billion. And according to Bloomberg Gadfly’s Nisha Gopalan it’s going to become even tougher for Chinese companies to make purchases in the U.S. and elsewhere in the West as governments ramp up scrutiny.

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