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Export licensing requirement
In December 2010, the Chinese government published a catalogue of goods classified as 'dual-use'.
This indicates said goods are considered by the Chinese government to be usable for both civilian and military purposes, requiring a special license for import or export.
This iteration of the catalogue had the same list of imported items requiring a license as previously, but four tariff lines were removed from the list of exports, meaning these goods no longer required a license.
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