May 05, 2020

Nate Bolin Comments on U.S. Expansion of China-Related Export Controls

Customs and International Trade partner Nate Bolin spoke with Legal Week regarding two major rule changes made by the U.S. Department of Commerce that require export licenses for certain goods, technology and software that have historically been exported to China without a license. The policy changes are designed to prevent exported goods and technologies from being used for military purposes that could threaten U.S. national security. They also entail significant changes for U.S. exporters doing business with Chinese partners.

"In many cases, U.S. companies that have rarely been required to obtain export licenses for cross-border activities, joint research and other projects with Chinese partners will now face new and potentially stringent licensing requirements," said Bolin.

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