What Does a Biden Presidency Mean for US Export Controls, Sanctions on China?

Nov 26, 2020
| By Vincent Chow
A Biden administration is likely to share the same export controls and sanctions policy goals as its predecessor, while taking on a more collaborative approach with stakeholders and industry

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U.S. trade policies with China will become more collaborative and predictable under the incoming Biden administration, lawyers say. But export controls and sanctions will continue.

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