Export Controls

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MOFCOM Comments on Australian Wine, Graphite Export Controls, China-Japan-South Korea Trade Talks

At today's press conference, the spokesperson for China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) confirmed that a review of the anti-dumping and countervailing duties on Australian wine has begun, and also commented on the status of license applications for graphite exports, for which the new rules are coming into force tomorrow, and

Economic Aspects of the Xi-Biden Meeting

The Xi-Biden meeting this week in San Francisco was an important step in stabilizing bilateral relations, which have deteriorated since last year. Big announcements were made on military engagement and fentanyl production. Some trade and investment issues were also brought up at the meeting, although it is unlikely that the

China Revises Its Graphite Export Controls

Last Friday, China's Ministry of Commerce and General Administration of Customs (GACC) announced that they had adjusted the export controls on graphite, which were instituted in 2006, by revising the scope of controlled items. The majority of current graphite exports from China have already been subject to export controls over

Biden Administration Announces New Semiconductor Export Control Rules

Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced new export control rules that target China's semiconductor and AI industry, expanding the parameters and patching "loopholes" of existing export controls on chips and manufacturing tools.

Update on U.S. Entity List

Last Friday, the U.S. Commerce Department added 42 Chinese companies to the Entity List "for providing support to Russia’s military and/or defense industrial base." This came after it added 11 Chinese firms a week earlier.

MOFCOM Officials Comment on Trade with EU and Australia, Investment, and Export Controls

During a press conference last week, China's Ministry of Commerce spokesperson He Yadong offered comments on the upcoming China-EU High-Level Economic and Trade Dialogue, China's outbound investment, trade disputes with Australia, and the implementation of export controls on gallium and germanium.

U.S. Members of Congress Call for More Sanctions on SMIC, Huawei

In reaction to recent reports of a new Huawei smartphone with advanced capabilities, member of Congress are pushing the U.S. Commerce Department to tighten semiconductor export controls even further.
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