Even as Wall Street deal makers await a revival of the moribund merger market, Chinese companies are shopping abroad with their wallets out. Yet they are also facing scrutiny, particularly in Washington, as Chinese corporate buying trips coincide with a growing assertiveness in Chinese foreign policy, the New York Times reports.
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