In a potential setback for foreigners looking to buy corporate assets in China, Beijing has said that from next month overseas acquisitions of large Chinese companies must undergo an anti-monopoly probe.

The regulation threatens to jeopardize — or at least hold up — several previously agreed transactions, most notably Carlyle Group’s 3 billion renminbi ($376 million) takeover of Xugong Group Construction Machinery Co. Ltd.

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