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Monica Jan 14
Another consequence of the : US Federal Register not posting industry comments submitted to U.S. Department of Commerce on Export Controls for Emerging Technologies that were due 1/10/19
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CTP Jan 14
Last week, BIS stopped accepting comments to its advanced notice of proposed rulemaking re: certain Emerging Technologies. Click here to view some of the comments & attachments provided by individuals & trade groups:
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John Boscariol Jan 14
Reminder of the Jan 31 deadline for submissions on Bill C-47 amendments to Canada's export and technology transfer control regime. Global Affairs Canada proposed strengthening of Canada’s export controls regime 1/5
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[AT+ICA] Jan 14
[AT+ICA] gathers top-level 🇪🇺 experts in , sanctions, controls, and other and controls. like and , and issues. Follow us.
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Monica 15h
Addressing the China issue: Comments to the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security, from - regarding proposed restrictions on emerging technologies
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Monica Jan 13
Many foreign companies, not limited to China, Korea, and Japan, are concerned about the impact of and -- US move to wall off tech unsettles Asian companies
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Wai Sing-Rin Jan 8
Replying to @ustr @USTreasury
EC JP SK need to blacklist Softbank from any future purchases of companies with dual-use technologies under restrictions. *Softbank has proven it is strawbuying for China to bypass export controls. *SB should be sanctioned, assets seized in US.
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Charles Forrester Jan 8
Replying to @securitysplat
5/5 So, why the move? Perhaps ? ? Any ideas by DM!
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John Boscariol Jan 10
US DOC denying renewal of export licence for transfer of controlled telecommunications tech & software to China, incl high-speed data-transfer tech Huawei R&D unit Futurewei is no longer able to send home some technologies developed in US
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Monica Jan 10
Chinese tech investors flee Silicon Valley as Trump tightens scrutiny | ⁦
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CTP Jan 10
Article by re: how government shutdown starting to burn aerospace and defense firms. One aspect: BIS and DDTC aren't processing new export licenses except for military, humanitarian aid, or similar emergencies.
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John Boscariol Jan 9
Government shutdown starting to burn aerospace and defense firms
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John Boscariol Jan 14
Replying to @tradelawyer
3. Additional reporting requirements for military/defence transfers and exports to United States. 4. Longer export permit processing timelines due to new requirements for more detailed documentation of permit reviews. 4/5
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John Boscariol Jan 11
Hasn't received much press - Canada also considering expanding on emerging tech. Those in , quantum computing s/b watching carefully. US Industry Groups Sound Alarm on Broad New Export Controls
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Steptoe&JohnsonLLP Jan 8
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susan aaronson Jan 9
Tomorrow is last day for public comment on for technology such as . approach could undermine competitiveness of firms and . Bad idea. Pl. comment, ! Businesses!
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Ed Czarnecki Jan 11
In an interesting twist, 's R&D branch in Silicon Valley might not be allowed to export back some of its research back to the mothership in ...
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Full Circle Compliance Jan 9
In order to understand how your organisation is affected by U.S. Export Control Laws and Regulations, you can sign up for our course in April :
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Full Circle Compliance Jan 9
We are pleased to announce the Full Circle Compliance Academy Schedule for 2019. Registrations are open! #2019
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Shauna Cotie Jan 10
Have a great group of and companies here to learn more about !
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