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November 2012 - The Evolution of Export Compliance in China: 2002 – 2012

A report on the evolution of export compliance in China over the past ten years. Particular attention is given to differences between Foreign Invested Enterprises (FIEs) versus non-FIEs (i.e. Sino-Foreign Joint Ventures, Chinese Invested Private Enterprises, and Chinese State-Owned Enterprises). The report is based on data from an extensive survey and detailed case studies.
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May 2010 - Cross Sector Report

A report on the Chinese domestic capabilities in the industry sectors identified and the foreign availability of technology in China from non-US foreign sources. Industry sectors include: material and material processing, information technology and semiconductors, aerospace, engine controllers and engine manufacturing, and machine tools. Because this report contains confidential information it is not available for download.
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September 2009 - Foreign Export Control Practices Summary

A summary report of the survey on “Foreign Export Control Practices” developed by the Bureau of Industry and Security. The report supplies information and comments from US and Chinese companies about the export control authorizations from European Union (EU) member countries overall, five specific countries (France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, United Kingdom), and Japan.
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July 2009 - Gas Turbine, Diesel, and Marine Engines in China

A report on the Chinese domestic capabilities in diesel, marine and gas turbine engine technology, and the foreign availability of such technology in China from non-US foreign sources.
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April 2009 - Lost US Sales and Opportunities in China Due to US Export Controls

A report on tangible data about lost US sales and opportunities in an effort to convey a sense of the erosion of US companies’ competitiveness in China due to overly-restrictive US export controls. This report includes machinery, testing equipment and other US-origin goods that could be used in the manufacturing of commercial products in China. Because this report contains confidential information it is not available for download. The ECWG did provide a summary report in response to a request for public comment by the US government. This summary report can be downloaded below.
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