Under Yegiazaryan v. Smagin (2023) 143 S.Ct. 1900, the proper test for whether a plaintiff sufficiently alleges a domestic injury to sustain a RICO claim is whether the circumstances, including the nature of the alleged injury, the racketeering activity that directly caused it, and the injurious aims and effects of that activity, show that the injury arose in the US.  Here, the plaintiff bought its products in the US and exported them to China.  The defendants allegedly harmed that US property by selling competing products that contained lower strength or different supplements to fill orders for plaintiff’s products.  So, the complaint stated a sufficient domestic injury to proceed.