China’s Export Control Regime: Implications for Foreign Business and R&D Activities

This call will take place on Wednesday, November 25, 9:45am (China); or Tuesday, November 24, 8:45pm EST (US).
 

China’s Export Control Law will come into effect on December 1. The law aims to establish a unified regulatory system for export controls and offers new regulatory tools to respond to US export control measures. In addition, China’s Commerce Ministry and its Science and Technology Ministry restricted the export of “technology based on data analysis for personalized information recommendation services” during a revision to export control rules, which complicated sales of TikTok.
Please join us to explore some of the implications that China’s updated export control regime may have for foreign companies in China with two legal experts. Frank Pan is partner at Xin Bai Law Firm, and Jing ZHANG is a partner in Mayer Brown’s Government and International Trade group based in Washington, DC.

This call will take place on Wednesday, November 25, 9:45am (China); or Tuesday, November 24, 8:45pm EST (US).

This event is for USCBC member companies and invited guests only. Registration is required. Dial-in and Zoom info will be sent out by November 24 at 5:00AM EST.

Event Details

When:
Tuesday, November 24, 2020 - 8:45pm to 9:45pm

Registration

Deadline:
Monday, November 23, 2020 - 5:00pm
Cost:
Free

Event Contact

Contact:
Yan Yu
Phone:
(86) 6592-0727