China's Export Control Law Redefines National Security, Deters Business with Foreign Customers

Oct 23, 2020
| By Vincent Chow
Foreign companies, including third country companies, face conflicting regulatory obligations amid tit-for-tat U.S.-China export control reforms

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Foreign companies must contend with fast-changing export controls and sanctions regimes on both sides of the Pacific following China’s enactment of a new export control law. In conjunction with China’s new Unreliable Entity List regime, the export control law puts foreign companies in the increasingly difficult position of having to choose between compliance with U.S. or Chinese export controls.

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