After months of intense negotiations, congressional leaders failed to reach a compromise on reforms for the EB-5 immigration program by the reauthorization deadline.
“It will be very interesting to see the market reaction, especially in China,” said Ronald Fieldstone, a Miami partner with Arnstein & Lehr. “Probably a great sigh of relief.”
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