Should the UK continue to allow overseas buyers to take control of its technology firms?
It’s a burning question at a time when commercial products like computer chips increasingly underpin critical national infrastructure in defence, energy and health.
In a globalised economy, cross-border business acquisitions have become routine.
But the national security implications of some of them have prompted the UK government to launch a review.
Amid a backdrop of wider worries of state-sponsored cyberattacks, the government’s litany of concerns includes a nagging
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