CHINESE INVE$TMENT$
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UNITED STATES
CHINESE INVE$TMENT$
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UNITED STATES

Excluding bond purchases, Chinese investment in the
United States set a record ...
CHINESE INVE$TMENT$
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UNITED STATES

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1. Irving, TX 2. St. Louis, MO 3. Smithfield,...
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ENERGY AND OIL
• Sinochem Group, China’s biggest supplier of chemical
products,...
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REAL ESTATE
• Investment firm Soho China bought 20 percent of the GM Building i...
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MEDICAL SYSTEMS
• Mindray Medical bought ZONARE systems for $110 million.
• Sha...
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The American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation have joined forces to create the China Global Investment Tracker — the world’s only fully public database on Chinese non-bond investment. It contains more than 500 outward investments of $100 million or more made by the People’s Republic since 2005, worth over $475 billion.

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Chinese investments in the United States

  1. 1. CHINESE INVE$TMENT$ IN THE UNITED STATES
  2. 2. CHINESE INVE$TMENT$ IN THE UNITED STATES Excluding bond purchases, Chinese investment in the United States set a record last year at more than $14 billion, rising more than 50 percent from 2012. The American Enterprise Institute and The Heritage Foundation have joined forces to create the China Global Investment Tracker — the world’s only fully public database on Chinese nonbond investment. It contains more than 500 outward investments of $100 million or more made by the People’s Republic and Chinese firms since 2005, worth more than $475 billion. The following are among the largest purchases in the United States made by Chinese entities in 2013.
  3. 3. CHINESE INVE$TMENT$ IN THE UNITED STATES 12 5 8 2 10 3 9 5 11 6 4 1 1. Irving, TX 2. St. Louis, MO 3. Smithfield, VA 4. Indian Land, SC 5. New York City, NY 6. Los Angeles, CA 7. New York City, NY 8. San Francisco, CA 9. Memphis, TN 10. Mountain View, CA 11. Santa Monica, CA 12. Somers, NY 7
  4. 4. CHINESE INVE$TMENT$ IN THE UNITED STATES ENERGY AND OIL • Sinochem Group, China’s biggest supplier of chemical products, bought a 40-percent stake in Texas oil-shale acreage from Pioneer Natural Resources Co. for $500 million. • Sinopec bought 50 percent of Mississippi Lime worth $1.02 billion. AGRICULTURE • Holding company Shuanghui purchased Smithfield Foods for $7.1 billion. • Textile company Keer Group invested $218 million in Lancaster County, SC, to produce industrial cotton yarn.
  5. 5. CHINESE INVE$TMENT$ IN THE UNITED STATES REAL ESTATE • Investment firm Soho China bought 20 percent of the GM Building in New York City for $680 million. • Shanghai Greenland, one of the largest state-owned real estate enterprises, bought $990 million worth of Los Angeles property. • Fosun International Ltd, the investment arm of China’s biggest closely held industrial group, bought 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza in New York City from JP Morgan Chase & Co. The company, which invests in properties, pharmaceuticals, and steel, paid $725 million for the high-rise built by David Rockefeller. • China Vanke Co, the largest residential real estate developer in China, received a 70-percent stake in a $620 million joint venture to build two luxury high-rise condominium towers in San Francisco.
  6. 6. CHINESE INVE$TMENT$ IN THE UNITED STATES MEDICAL SYSTEMS • Mindray Medical bought ZONARE systems for $110 million. • Shanghai Microport Scientific bought a unit of Wright Medical for $290 million. TECHNOLOGY • Tencent bought 6 percent of Activision — maker of the popular video game, Call of Duty — for $350 million. • Lenovo bought IBM’s low-end server business for $2.3 billion.
  7. 7. CHINESE INVE$TMENT$ IN THE UNITED STATES LEARN MORE To learn more about Chinese investments in the United States and around the world, visit the China Global Investment Tracker and read “China invests (somewhat) more in the world” by AEI’s Derek M. Scissors.

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