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Proposed regulations for national security reviews of deals involving foreign investments in U.S. companies that store large amounts of “sensitive personal data” will likely mean scrutiny of many more transactions than before, lawyers said.

MP McQueen

MP McQueen is editor-at-large, and can be reached at mpmcqueen@alm.com

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