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China Enacts Regulations on Unreliable Entity List

September 22, 2020

By Haiyan Tang, John Tso, Shaun Wu, Scott Flicker, Tom Best, Quinn Dang & Surur Yonce

On May 31, 2019, China’s Ministry of Commerce announced that China would soon establish an “Unreliable Entity List” (the “List”). This announcement came two weeks after the U.S. Department of Commerce placed a Chinese tech giant and its affiliates on the U.S. Entity List. Since then, U.S.-China tensions have continued to escalate. The Trump Administration recently moved to address national security concerns related to certain Chinese social media and communications apps in the United States.

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