In November, the Biden administration placed 12 Chinese firms – including quantum computing and semiconductor companies, the world’s top commercial drone maker DJI Technology and China’s Academy of Military Medical Sciences – on trade and investment blacklists. Photo: AFP
In November, the Biden administration placed 12 Chinese firms – including quantum computing and semiconductor companies, the world’s top commercial drone maker DJI Technology and China’s Academy of Military Medical Sciences – on trade and investment blacklists. Photo: AFP
China trade

China hits back at ‘double standards’ amid US tech war, Washington’s nuclear weapon concerns

  • Beijing issued its first white paper on export controls on Wednesday, a month after 12 more Chinese companies were placed on the United States’ export blacklist
  • The ‘China’s Export Controls’ white paper argues that no country or region should ‘gratuitously impose discriminatory restrictions or apply ‘double standards’

Topic |   China trade
In November, the Biden administration placed 12 Chinese firms – including quantum computing and semiconductor companies, the world’s top commercial drone maker DJI Technology and China’s Academy of Military Medical Sciences – on trade and investment blacklists. Photo: AFP
In November, the Biden administration placed 12 Chinese firms – including quantum computing and semiconductor companies, the world’s top commercial drone maker DJI Technology and China’s Academy of Military Medical Sciences – on trade and investment blacklists. Photo: AFP
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