Chinese investment around the world surged over the past decade, expanding from an early focus on natural resource extraction and energy in developing countries to broader industries and advanced products and services in developed markets.
In 2014, Chinese outward foreign direct investment (FDI) totaled $116 billion, and approximately $18.1 billion flowed into the United States. In 2015, Chinese outward FDI totaled $118 billion, and $22.3 billion of it went to the United States. Still, China accounts for less than 10 percent of all FDI in the United States.
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