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Topic - Siva Yam
From the AMC movie theater chain to the personal computer lines once owned by IBM to the country's biggest hog farmer, Chinese investment in America is on a record pace, with the ring of the cash register drowning out security concerns in a rebounding U.S. economy.
The world's most populous country is in the midst of a wave of purchases and investments in American companies. The influx of Chinese capital is welcomed by some economists, while others fear the increasing influence of the rising superpower.
"State governments all want the Chinese investment, because they need jobs," said Siva Yam, president of the U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce, based in Chicago. "They welcome them with open arms."
Mr. Yam said the U.S. should welcome China's interest in American businesses.