Foreigners seeking to invest in U.S aircraft and missile manufacturers, semiconductors, or any of two dozen other industries would face heightened scrutiny by a government committee wielding stronger powers under rules the Trump administration will issue Wednesday.

Investors interested in American developers of semiconductors, telecommunications, missile technology, aircraft, batteries, and other products would see their bids undergo more intensive review, a senior administration official told reporters at a briefing.

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS) will begin subjecting any foreign investment, including non-controlling ones, in 27 industries to the stricter review process beginning Nov. 10. It will apply if the investment would result in a board seat, any decision-making power, or the disclosure of non-public information about a company, according to the official, who was granted anonymity to discuss the policy.

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