The question of whether Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOE) should be free to take control of U.S. companies or companies that otherwise affect the United States’s national security interests seems likely to come up during the first few months of the Trump presidency.
Zac Copeland is a student at Harvard Law School, where he is an editor of the Harvard Law Review. Prior to law school, he spent three years working as a financial analyst at Chevron Corporation. He graduated cum laude from the University of Washington with a B.A. in Accounting and Finance.
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A primer on Executive Order 13224, an order issued in 2001 and annually renewed ever since to cut off funding to “specially designated global terrorists” (SDGT) on national emergency grounds.