GOP Sen. Proposes Tighter Rules On Tech Exports To Huawei

Law360 (February 14, 2020, 6:11 PM EST) -- A Republican senator on Friday announced a new bill that would tighten limits on sales of U.S. technology to blacklisted foreign companies such as China's Huawei by lowering the threshold for American content to 10% from 25%, a change the Trump administration has considered.

Sen. Rick Scott of Florida said S. 3316 would close a loophole that allows U.S. companies to sell tech products to Huawei through subsidiaries or partners abroad. The bill targets reexports — goods made in one country and sold to a second country that sells them to a third country. The proposal came the same day as...

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