How U.S. Farmland Became a Battleground in the Fight Against China
Data reflect Chinese investors own only .3 percent of U.S. farmland
Chinese investors own about .03 percent of America's farmland, according to federal data. But their land purchasing is becoming a major issue as politicians at the state and federal level ramp up their fight against perceived threats from China.
In the past couple of months, lawmakers in more than two dozen states have passed or considered legislation restricting Chinese purchases of U.S. farmland.
And former President Donald Trump has promised that if he retakes the White House, he will ban Chinese investors from buying U.S. farmland and other critical infrastructure, and force sales of their current holdings.
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