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China's Draft Export Control Law Submitted for Second Review

July 9, 2020, Covington Alert

China has published a near-final draft of a new Export Control Law that, if enacted as drafted, would build upon China’s existing export control regulations, which are scattered across multiple laws, administrative regulations, and implementation rules, with the goal of creating a unified export control system to promote China’s commitment to nonproliferation and national security interests.  Notably, the new draft retains the key features of the earlier drafts and would make the Export Control Law apply extraterritorially.


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