China’s new export control regime is on its way
China’s export control regime consists of scattered pieces of legislation, some of which were last updated nearly a decade ago. In June 2017, China’s Ministry of Commerce released a draft Export Control Law for public consultation. Its contents follow from current legislation and enforcement practice, while also introducing major changes to the existing regime. If enacted, it will be the first comprehensive export control law in China. We recommend that companies active in China closely follow the relevant legislative and enforcement developments to understand how the new regime might affect their operations, both in China and elsewhere.
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