Every country has their own rules. Your blanket generalizing things is completely nonsensical. Even China has/had a 50/50 rule for foreign ownership of companies like autos. Didn't you ever read the numerous PDF articles about it?If company deals with defense or not is not a questions any company , can be bought or sold if it is up for grab by international buyers
China Issues Rules on Foreign Investment Security Review to Stay in Line with International Practice | JD Supra
On December 19, 2020, China published the Rules on Foreign Investment Security Review (in Chinese, 外商投资安全审查办法) (“Security Review Rules”). Security...
2. What constitutes “actual control” by a foreign investor of a target company?
As discussed in paragraph 1.(b) above, a foreign investment project in an identified sector would not be subject to security review under the Security Review Rules unless a foreign investor gains actual control of the target company through such investment. “Actual control”, as defined in Article 4 of the Security Review Rules, includes power gained by a foreign investor:
a) by holding 50% or more of the ownership of the target company;
b) by holding no more than 50% of the ownership of the target company, as well as the voting power which is perceived to significantly influence decisions of the board or shareholders of the target company; or
c) in other circumstances where the foreign investor is perceived to have significant influence on business decision-making, human resources, finance, technology and other matters of the target company.
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