China: Revision of list of technologies prohibited and restricted from export
Notice on soliciting public comments on revision of list of technologies prohibited and restricted from export
Revision of list of technologies prohibited and restricted from export
The Ministry of Commerce, together with the Ministry of Science and Technology and other authorities (on 30 December 2022), issued a notice on soliciting public comments on the revision of “the List of Technologies Prohibited and Restricted from Export of PRC,” with a view to revising the list.
This revision would delete 32 items, modify 36 items, and add 7 items. The revised list would have a total of 139 items, including 24 technologies prohibited from export and 115 technologies restricted from export.
The last time the government revised the list of technologies prohibited from export and restricted from export was in August 2020, and at that time the Ministry of Commerce said it would continue to revise the list in due course. The revisions in the list (draft for comment) issued on 30 December 2022, can be seen as a continuation of the previous revision, strengthening technology export control for key emerging technologies of strategic significance.
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