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Dozens of Chinese companies added to U.S. blacklist in latest Beijing rebuk

July 24, 2020

While this article is from late May 2020 the storyline is still very relevant as the U.S. Department of Commerce continues to add more China-based companies to their “Entity List” of companies targeted for human rights violations. Though the Entity List regulates export from the U.S. to these companies, U.S. importers would be wise to exercise due diligence if they are currently importing products from any of the named entities. The link to the full article found at is

For the latest update from the Department of Commerce go to this link -

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