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Although levels of foreign direct investment fell in 2017, they remain strong. At the same time, the scrutiny of foreign investments has increased. Enhanced scrutiny will inevitably be a factor for investors planning cross-border deals. Investors will need to be prepared, particularly when navigating navigate multiple regimes.

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Enforcement In Digital Markets

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