How China and Japan made a $1 trillion investment in the U.S. and Japan

China and the Japanese have made a massive investment in American manufacturing, with $1.5 trillion in investments between them in the past decade, according to a new report.

And it’s not just manufacturing.

“The Japanese are one of the most active exporters of American goods to the U, as evidenced by the huge volumes of Japanese cars, televisions, appliances, furniture, and apparel that they are sending to the United States,” the report from the Institute for Strategic Studies at the University of Maryland says.

The Chinese have a long history of manufacturing and a keen interest in the technology that powers the American economy.

They’ve made the biggest investments in American companies, including Apple, Boeing, GE, Cisco, and Amazon.

The U.K. and the Netherlands also have large investments in U.A.E. companies.

The Institute for Global Policy Studies at Yale University said that China’s investments in the American manufacturing sector have exceeded $1 billion in the last five years, according the report.

But the Chinese have also invested billions of dollars in U