Chinese Company Buys 300 Acres Near American Air Force Base, Lawmakers Voice National Security Concerns

Chinese Company Buys 300 Acres Near American Air Force Base, Lawmakers Voice National Security Concerns


A Chinese food manufacturing company has bought 300 acres of land in North Dakota, just 20 minutes from the Grand Forks Air Force Base.

The Fufeng Group, which is based out of Shandong, China, has recently purchased the sprawling property in Grand Forks, North Dakota, CNBC reports. The 300-acre plot of land is roughly 20 minutes from the Grand Forks Air Force Base.

CNBC notes that the base is “home to some of the nation’s most sensitive military drone technology” and that it also houses a space networking center, which a North Dakota senator called “the backbone of all U.S. military communication across the globe.”

Some security experts are calling for the project to be halted, warning that the plant could give Chinese

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