A congressman from Indiana wants the US government to review coronavirus loans that went to companies associated with the Chinese military. Photo: CASIC A congressman from Indiana wants the US government to review coronavirus loans that went to companies associated with the Chinese military. Photo: CASIC
A congressman from Indiana wants the US government to review coronavirus loans that went to companies associated with the Chinese military. Photo: CASIC

Coronavirus: US lawmaker calls for review of stimulus loans to China-linked firms

  • Congressman Jim Banks cites a report that suggested more than 125 Chinese companies received US$419 million via a lending programme to keep employees on payroll during shutdowns
  • Loans went to businesses whose parent companies are considered by the US to be owned or controlled by the Chinese military

Topic |   US-China relations
A congressman from Indiana wants the US government to review coronavirus loans that went to companies associated with the Chinese military. Photo: CASIC A congressman from Indiana wants the US government to review coronavirus loans that went to companies associated with the Chinese military. Photo: CASIC
A congressman from Indiana wants the US government to review coronavirus loans that went to companies associated with the Chinese military. Photo: CASIC
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