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The United States wants to limit the export of 14 new technologies!
2018-12-08 2203
  According to the Export Control Reform Act (Exportment Reform Act) passed by Congress in 2018, the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) will announce the proposed key technologies and related issues on Monday, November 19, 2018. The export control system of the product (exportcontrolregime) framework will also begin to consult the public on the export controls of these basic technologies.
  The proposal involves 14 areas, including artificial intelligence, AI chips, robotics, and quantum technology, to ensure that US leadership in technology, engineering, and manufacturing is not affected.
  The document states that export control of technology is an important way to protect sensitive US technology. The US Department of Commerce‘s Industrial Security Administration will control export dual-use and less sensitive military items through the Export Administration Regulations, including the Commerce Control List (CCL). In fact, this list has been around for a long time, and many sensitive technologies have been listed and are constantly changing.
  Also sing an empty city plan or have a good idea? The United States limits the export of 14 types of technology.
  The US Department of Commerce‘s Industrial Security Bureau has this new initiative, mainly because the previous control list control is not enough, and it does not involve some emerging technologies that may affect US national security. In response, the US Advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) began to solicit opinions from the public, and which technologies were selected to have important impact on national security. For example, these technologies may be used in conventional weapons, intelligence gathering, and large In weapons of mass destruction or terrorist activities.
  Once an emerging or underlying technology has been identified, the Department of Commerce will revise the Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) on the CCL, and all goods that have an ECCN number on the CCL and are not exempt will be subject to export controls.
  The Ministry of Commerce said in the preliminary notice that in the process of reviewing emerging and basic technologies, the development of these technologies abroad will be considered, the impact of export controls on the development of such technologies in the United States, and the restriction of the spread of these emerging technologies abroad. Effectiveness.