Chinese investors held approximately US$2.1 trillion, with about US$700 billion in equity and US$1.4 trillion in debt issued by US entities, according to the report by Rhodium Group and National Committee on US-China Relations. Photo: AFP Chinese investors held approximately US$2.1 trillion, with about US$700 billion in equity and US$1.4 trillion in debt issued by US entities, according to the report by Rhodium Group and National Committee on US-China Relations. Photo: AFP
Chinese investors held approximately US$2.1 trillion, with about US$700 billion in equity and US$1.4 trillion in debt issued by US entities, according to the report by Rhodium Group and National Committee on US-China Relations. Photo: AFP

Securities investments between US and China reach US$3.3 trillion in 2020, says report

  • Recent policy headwinds can hinder future growth, says New York-based consultancy
  • Washington has enacted policies in recent years to restrict US investments in Chinese companies on national security concerns

Topic |   US-China trade war
Chinese investors held approximately US$2.1 trillion, with about US$700 billion in equity and US$1.4 trillion in debt issued by US entities, according to the report by Rhodium Group and National Committee on US-China Relations. Photo: AFP Chinese investors held approximately US$2.1 trillion, with about US$700 billion in equity and US$1.4 trillion in debt issued by US entities, according to the report by Rhodium Group and National Committee on US-China Relations. Photo: AFP
Chinese investors held approximately US$2.1 trillion, with about US$700 billion in equity and US$1.4 trillion in debt issued by US entities, according to the report by Rhodium Group and National Committee on US-China Relations. Photo: AFP
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