Navigating US Controls On Exports To China

Law360, New York (November 15, 2010, 2:49 PM EST) -- Exporters to China should pay heightened attention to export control laws and regulations. As China has emerged as a major market for U.S. exports and investment, the U.S. government has re-examined and tightened its licensing requirements on exports and re-exports to China.

The main concern: that the export of commercial products could be used to circumvent the U.S. arms embargo on China, in effect since 1989. The impact of these regulations is far-reaching.

For example, U.S. exporters to China must apply for an export license if...
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