THE JOURNAL OF EXPORT CONTROLS AND SANCTIONS

Issue 81, July/August 2019

China already implementing new export control law in response to Huawei restrictions

Recent pronouncements by the Chinese government suggest a fast-tracking for the introduction of its new export control law, write Tim Hesselink, Marc Padberg, Eline Mooring and Ton Bendermacher.

Recent pronouncements by the Chinese government suggest a fast-tracking for the introduction of its new export control law, write Tim Hesselink, Marc Padberg, Eline Mooring and Ton Bendermacher.   China has recently announced that it will establish a mechanism to control exports to the United States, reportedly to forestall and prevent national security risks. This announcement follows the listing of Chinese telecoms company Huawei on the US Department of Commerce Entity List, in response to which China has threatened to punish foreign companies that cut off ties with Huawei by listing them on an ‘Unreliable Entities List’. This mechanism, developed...

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