Investment in Chinese Military Firms Curtailed by U.S. Order

The U.S. order may be limited in effect by narrow legal definitions and public listing requirements

A Chengdu J-20 jet designed by a subsidiary of Aviation Industry Corp. of China Ltd. (AVIC) flies during a 2016 airshow. AVIC was one of the companies named by the U.S. as a Chinese military firm. (Source: Alert5)

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