Some governments are concerned that the coronavirus-induced economic collapse has left some security-related companies at risk of foreign acquisition. Photo: EPA-EFE Some governments are concerned that the coronavirus-induced economic collapse has left some security-related companies at risk of foreign acquisition. Photo: EPA-EFE
Some governments are concerned that the coronavirus-induced economic collapse has left some security-related companies at risk of foreign acquisition. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: countries move to shield companies from foreign acquisition, especially by China

  • Pandemic has led to a global economic collapse not seen since Great Depression, with share prices plunging and companies needing financing
  • From the European Union to Australia to India, governments are tightening restrictions and reviews of proposed foreign acquisitions

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Some governments are concerned that the coronavirus-induced economic collapse has left some security-related companies at risk of foreign acquisition. Photo: EPA-EFE Some governments are concerned that the coronavirus-induced economic collapse has left some security-related companies at risk of foreign acquisition. Photo: EPA-EFE
Some governments are concerned that the coronavirus-induced economic collapse has left some security-related companies at risk of foreign acquisition. Photo: EPA-EFE
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