Category: China

We have been asked quite a bit recently as to the latest controls, restrictions and activities specific to exporting to China. Where to begin? There have been many changes over the last few months. The below are short summaries of the major areas of new export controls concerning exports to China. Restrictions Involving Publicly Traded…

Last week, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that a former Raytheon engineer was sentenced to 38 months in prison for violations of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA).  According to the press release, Wei Sun, 49, pleaded guilty to one felony count of violating the AECA.  He was sentenced by District Court Judge Rosemary…

China has been the subject of several headlines lately in relation to U.S. export controls. Last week, China announced some news of their own. They are reviewing their current export control regulations and issuing updates for the first time in decades.  One of those updates involves a new law which would enable the Chinese government…

In a press release earlier this month, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) announced a tightening of controls against Chinese tech firm Huawei Technologies.  BIS also added an additional 38 Huawei affiliates to the Entity List – an action that will impose a license requirement for all items subject to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR)…

Here you come again. Just when we had begun to get our compliance plan together You waltz right in the door Just like you have done before With another change in hand And now we need to adjust our heads to yet another round of regulations (Adapted From Here you Come Again, Dolly Parton) Once…

The end of April saw a double whammy of belt-tightening for many exporters as the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) imposed additional restrictions on the exports, reexports or transfers of specific goods, equipment materials or software to China, Russia, and Venezuela. Changes Continue to Occur Last week, we reported on the changes being addressed…

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced sanctions against twenty-eight Chinese governmental and commercial organizations for engaging in or enabling activities contrary to the foreign policy interests of the United States, by adding these organizations to the Entity List. Eight of the entities are companies and the remaining twenty are municipal and county public security bureaus…