The US Commerce Department’s latest update to its Entity List is meant to block China from a global hi-tech supply chain that supports the production of advanced military equipment. Image: Shutterstock
The US Commerce Department’s latest update to its Entity List is meant to block China from a global hi-tech supply chain that supports the production of advanced military equipment. Image: Shutterstock

US adds 36 Chinese companies to export blacklist, including country’s top flash memory chip maker

  • Decision meant to restrict Beijing’s ability to leverage technologies for ‘military modernisation and human rights abuses’
  • Biden administration also removed 25 Chinese firms from another trade watch list after successful end-user checks

The US Commerce Department’s latest update to its Entity List is meant to block China from a global hi-tech supply chain that supports the production of advanced military equipment. Image: Shutterstock
The US Commerce Department’s latest update to its Entity List is meant to block China from a global hi-tech supply chain that supports the production of advanced military equipment. Image: Shutterstock
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