Uncertainty and the drumbeat of a possible trade war are ominous clouds currently hanging over relations with Chinese investors, several of Hollywood’s top deal-making attorneys say.

Companies from the People’s Republic have poured more than $10 billion into U.S. film, TV and media interests in an unprecedented deal-making frenzy over the past three years. But that activity has ground to a virtual halt this spring as Beijing reined in overseas investment, President Donald Trump continues to rail against the U.S. trade imbalance with China and new deals are facing increased scrutiny from the feds.

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