Tag: Export Controls

The Export Control Risks of US-China Technology Collaboration

by Jian Bin (Ben) Gao and David Hardin As US-China trade expands to higher value goods and services, companies should carefully assess how us export control laws may affect their activities. US-China trade has grown beyond trade in low-cost goods,...

/ October 1, 2012

A Boost for Nuclear Power

China aims to expand its nuclear power industry to reduce air pollution and meet rising demand for electricity.by Ryan OngNuclear power accounts for a small but rapidly growing portion of China’s overall electricity mix and is an area that has...

/ May 1, 2010

The Struggles of Shipping Dual-Use Goods to China

Two US Department of Commerce programs encourage exports to China but also add red tape for both sides.by Christopher F. Corr and Jason T. HungerfordUS exports to China have risen rapidly in recent years, totaling $69.7 billion in 2008, up...