A new Staff Research Report published by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, which often takes a tough line on China trade issues, examines the scope of Chinese investment in U.S. agriculture and sets out certain risks that may arise. The evidence provided in the report makes clear that there have only been a few such transactions, and that Chinese ownership of U.S. agricultural land is minimal at the moment. Nevertheless, the report warns of potential problems, and offers suggestions to Congress.

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