Multinational companies are increasingly being forced to choose between compliance with U.S. or Chinese export control laws, as fast-changing laws and sanction regimes are implemented on both sides of the Pacific.

On Oct. 17, the Standing Committee of China’s National People’s Congress passed the PRC Export Control Law, which takes effect Dec. 1. The new law covers controls over a range of “controlled items,” including dual-use, military and nuclear items.

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