To better insulate the U.S. from state-sponsored investments that might be used as foreign policy tools, a Treasury Department official says the agency will make use of newly strengthened oversight powers as well as international agreements.

“At Treasury, we have been increasingly focused on sovereign wealth funds for more than a year now,” Under Secretary for International Affairs David H. McCormick told the Senate Banking Committee.

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