DAVOS, Switzerland—Key Chinese companies are considering stepped-up investment in the U.S., particularly in infrastructure, and the White House is encouraging them to move ahead.
The prospects for fresh Chinese investment were discussed at a meeting last week between Chinese business leaders and the American and Chinese presidents during a state visit to Washington.
One of the participants, Liu Chuanzhi, chairman of Chinese computer company Lenovo Group Ltd., said in an interview Wednesday at the World Economic Forum at Davos that he was among those seeking to deepen his U.S. investment.
At the meeting, President Barack Obama and the head of ...
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