After the first draft in 2017 by the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM), the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress published the second draft of the Export Control Law. If approved in its current form, the draft ECL would be China's first national collective legislation regulating export controls. Why is China looking for legal powers now? To streamline a patchwork of regulations? To counter US export control measures against China? What does Huawei have to do with it? And what about the Section 301 Additional Tariffs and the fact that the US now limits the export of certain items to Hong Kong? Will this accelerate the adoption of the new law? And what is all the law about and how does it compare to the US and EU export control law? Find answers to this and other questions in this webinar recorded live in July 2020.
Introduction Chinese Export Controls Webinar
2. Geopolitical situation
3. The new law: the WHAT? WHO? WHEN? HOW?
5. List-based Controls
6. Restricted Parties and Additional Controls
7. Sanctions & Compliance
8. What businesses can do