On April 19th our organisation has been invited to participate in discussion on Foreign Investments in US. In the short run, foreign capital invested in the United States raises U.S. gross domestic product. Foreign ownership trouble many critics: What payment will foreigners exact for our use of their capital? Will sustained inflows of foreign capital give foreigners control of the U.S. capital stock, reduce job quality, or distort U.S. investment and research? Fortunately, these concerns can be dispelled by reviewing the extent of foreign investment in the U.S. economy vs. U.S. investment abroad, considering the motivations for foreign investment, and computing the negligible potential for foreign control.This was the major topic of the discussion.