China’s new export control law is more comprehensive than many companies doing business in China believe. It targets not only the cross-border transfer of controlled items, but also the act of a Chinese subject providing controlled items to a foreign subject within or outside its territory. The controlled items include not only goods, technology and… Continue reading The Export Control Law Requires Export Compliance
China is countering the USA. In September 2020, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) issued the first provisions for a list of unreliable companies, organizations and individuals that could have far-reaching implications for China’s foreign trade. In future, foreign institutions and individuals whose activities endanger China’s national sovereignty, security or development interests are to be… Continue reading List of Unreliable Companies: Who Is Affected?
The National Security Law (NSL), which came into force in June 2020, has implications for Hong Kong-based businesses in terms of technology and data. For example, Internet service providers must now grant the authorities access to user data and review their cross-border data flows. Technology companies must restructure their business activities if Western export bans… Continue reading China’s National Security Law: Restrictions on Data and Technology