Japan, EU & US express concern over Chinese draft reexport control provisions

China has introduced a draft export law, which strengthens the government’s export controls over military, nuclear, biological, chemical and dual-use items, on which Japan, the EU and US industrial associations have published comments. The associations’ main concern is the draft re-export provisions, which would control exports containing Chinese content exported from one overseas jurisdiction to another. They warn of difficulties …

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