U.S. adds 7 Chinese-related entities to export control list


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 Titanium Media App reported on August 24 that, according to a notice published online by the U.S. Department of Commerce on August 23, the U.S. added seven Chinese-related entities (mainly related to aerospace) on the grounds of “national security” and foreign policy issues. on its export control list.    In order to crack down on companies from specific countries, the U.S. government has created a series of export control tools, such as the "Entity List" and "Military End-User List". Many Chinese companies are included in these lists and their cooperation with U.S. companies is limited.    A spokesman for China's Ministry of Commerce said earlier that the U.S. uses export controls as a tool for political suppression and economic bullying, and has continuously taken unilateral measures to suppress and contain other countries' enterprises, institutions and individuals, creating difficulties and difficulties in normal economic and trade cooperation between Chinese and U.S. companies. It will cause serious damage to the international economic and trade order and free trade rules, and pose a serious threat to the global industrial chain and supply chain. This is not good for China, the United States, and the whole world. (Source: Global Times)

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