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MoneyGram deal collapse indicates ‘fading goodwill’
    2018-January-5  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A U.S. government panel’s decision to block Ant Financial’s US$1.2 billion acquisition of MoneyGram International Inc. is another indication that goodwill built during U.S. President Donald Trump’s November Beijing trip is fading, according to Xinhua.

The U.S. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States rejected the deal on national security concerns, the most high-profile Chinese acquisition blocked under the Trump administration, which has also been pressing China on multiple fronts including fairer bilateral trade and greater market access for U.S. firms.

“In the last 30 days of 2017, the U.S. government launched a Section 301 investigation into Chinese intellectual property and technology transfer, self-initiated probes into Chinese-made aluminum products, and rejected China’s market economy status at the World Trade Organization,” Xinhua said in a commentary Wednesday.

“The bonhomie that grew between China and the United States in Beijing in November, when the two signed hundreds of billions of dollars of deals, seems to be fading away as the U.S. side is stuck in a zero-sum mentality,” it said.

It said that retaliatory measures from China “could be on the table” should the United States continue on its current course.

“With deep-rooted strategic mistrust toward China, U.S. politicians have failed to catch up with China’s understanding of cooperation and adopted an increasingly protective and isolationist approach,” Xinhua said. (SD-Agencies)

 

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