Entity List

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U.S. Commerce Department Adds Seven Chinese Entities to Blacklist

Yesterday, the U.S. Commerce Department, through its Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), added seven Chinese entities to the "Entity List" due to "activities contrary to U.S. national security and foreign policy interests, specifically for acquiring and attempting to acquire U.S.-origin items in support of the

Bipartisan Group of U.S. Senators Requests Commerce Secretary Put YMTC on Entity List

A bipartisan group of Senators has sent a letter to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo expressing concern about the threat posed by Chinese semiconductor companies such as Yangtze Memory Technologies Corp (YMTC).

Congressional Republicans Introduce Bills To Stop Federal Investment in Blacklisted Chinese Firms

Several Republican U.S. Senators and Representatives have introduced legislation to prohibit federal government funds from going to blacklisted Chinese companies.

Congressional Hearing with BIS Under Secretary Addresses Russia Sanctions, Touches on China Issues

At a recent Congressional hearing, a senior Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) official testified and answered questions on a number of issues related to China's compliance with U.S. sanctions and its access to U.S. technology.

U.S. Commerce Department Adds Chinese Companies to Entity List, Citing Russia Support

The U.S. Commerce Department has added a number of Chinese (and other) companies to its Entity List, with one of the reasons being the support provided by certain companies "to Russia’s military and/or defense industrial base."

U.S. Justice Department Charges California Man with Smuggling And Exporting Aviation Technology To Beijing University

Last week, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California unsealed a criminal complaint charging Jonathan Yet Wing Soong of San Jose with "smuggling and violating export control laws by allegedly secretly funneling sensitive aeronautics software to a Beijing university."

Senator Rubio Calls for Departments of Commerce and Justice To "Take All Appropriate Measures against ZTE to Ensure it Cannot Pose a Threat to Americans"

Last week, a U.S. district court judge in Texas ruled that Chinese telecommunications company ZTE committed visa fraud, but he decided not to revoke ZTE's probation for violating sanctions on Iran or to resentence ZTE. Senator Marco Rubio has now weighed in on the issue by calling for tough
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