Export Controls

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U.S. Government Imposes New Export Restrictions on Advanced Graphics Chips

The U.S. government crackdown on the export of advanced technology to China continues, with new actions on a specific type of semiconductor produced by U.S. chipmakers NVIDIA and AMD.

Commerce Department Suspends Belgian Company's Exports over Sales to Chinese Entities

Yesterday, the U.S. Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security ("BIS"), through its Office of Export Enforcement ("OEE"), suspended the export privileges of a Belgian company and its owner for 180 days for attempting to sell sensitive technology to Chinese entities, in violation of U.S. regulations.

U.S. Adds Four Technologies to Control List, Impact on China Expected

U.S. export control officials added four emerging technologies to the control list through an interim final rule, the latest move that will create hurdles for the Chinese semiconductor industry.

U.S. Commerce Department Charges Chinese Company With Violating U.S. Export Controls Related To Shipments To Iran

The Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has charged a Chinese technology company with violating U.S. sanctions on Iran.

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.

Biden Administration Pressuring Dutch Government and ASML on Chip-Making Machines

For several years now, during both the Trump and Biden administrations, the United States has been pushing the government of the Netherlands to restrict the export to China of a machine made by Dutch company ASML that is crucial for semiconductor production. This article provides an overview of ASML and

U.S. Senators Introduce Legislation To Prevent Personal Information Going To "High-Risk" Countries

Five U.S. Senators have introduced bipartisan legislation "to create new protections against Americans’ sensitive personal information being sold or transferred to high-risk foreign countries," a category which is certain to include China.
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