BIS Announces Updated Export Controls on Advanced Computing and Semiconductor Manufacturing Items to China

Posted by Kelsay Calvaruso on 10/17/22 5:00 PM

On October 7, 2022, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) announced the implementation of updated export controls to “restrict the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC’s) ability to both purchase and manufacture certain high-end chips used in military applications and build on prior policies, company-specific actions, and less public regulatory, legal, and enforcement actions taken by BIS.” The new controls include additions to the Commerce Control List (CCL), new license requirements, and revisions to BIS’s Unverified List.

The effective dates for the changes are broken into phases beginning October 7, 2022, October 12, 2022, and October 21, 2022.

Comments can be submitted within sixty days from the date of Federal Register publication.

The October 7, 2022 BIS press release can be found here:

The October 13, 2022 Federal Register interim final rule entitled Implementation of Additional Export Controls: Certain Advanced Computing and Semiconductor Manufacturing Items; Supercomputer and Semiconductor End Use; Entity List Modification can be found here:

The October 13, 2022 Federal Register final rule entitled Revisions to the Unverified List; Clarifications to Activities and Criteria That May Lead to Additions to the Entity List can be found here: 

Topics: China, BIS, Export

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