While Donald Trump might take a hard line on Chinese exports to the United States, he will likely welcome Chinese money, according to the South China Morning Post. Trump has pledged to spend US$1 trillion over the next decade on infrastructure, including “highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools and hospitals.” That plan would be mainly funded by the private sector. Meanwhile China, with the world’s largest foreign exchange reserves and a track record of building things quickly, is eyeing investments in the US. Two-way investment between the world’s top two economies is deeper and larger than official data suggest, according to a report by the National Committee on US-China Relations and the Rhodium Group. An influx of Chinese investment to the US last year exceeded the flow going the other way, according to the report.