ANNOUNCED AS TEMPORARYNo
Export licensing requirement
Finally, the December 2018 anouncement from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce stated that five items were added to the list of exported goods, meaning that they would newly require a dual-use licence before export.
The goods included in these catalogues are those that the Chinese government considers able to be used for both civilian and military purposes, hence the special licensing requirement.
UPDATE: The 2020 edition of the Dual-Use Goods Catalogue was released on December 31st, 2019 in MOFCOM/GAC Annoucement 2019/68. No changes were made from the 2019 edition.
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