United States Import/Export Trade News
Today, the U.S. Commerce Department, through its Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), imposed on Belarus the stringent export controls made effective on Russia on February 24, 2022, in response to Belarus’s substantial enabling of Russia’s further invasion of Ukraine. Application of these controls on Belarus will help to prevent the diversion of items, including technology and software, in
The U.S. Commerce Department, through its Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), has taken two additional actions in response to Russia’s brutal assault on the sovereignty of Ukraine.
The new regulations target Russia’s oil refining sector with new stringent export controls and identify 91 entities that support Russian military activities. These actions will further restrict access to U.S. commodities,
The Forced Labor Enforcement Task Force is still receiving comments from the public on the Uyghur Forced Labor Protection Act. The task force is requesting comments on how best to ensure that goods, wares, articles, and merchandise mined, produced, or manufactured wholly or in part with forced labor in the People’s Republic of China are not imported into the …
Today, the U.S. Commerce Department, through its Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), responded to Russia’s further invasion of Ukraine by implementing a sweeping series of stringent export controls that will severely restrict Russia’s access to technologies and other items that it needs to sustain its aggressive military capabilities. These controls primarily target Russia’s defense, aerospace, and maritime sectors