According to the official website of the US Department of Commerce, on July 9, the US Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) added 34 foreign companies to the “entity list”. 14 of them are Chinese companies.

The Commerce Department said it added 34 entities, including some from Russia and Iran, as well as five other entities that directly support China’s military modernization programs related to lasers and battle management systems.

Some of the companies involved:

The U.S. Department of Commerce added 14 Chinese companies to its “blacklist”

According to the published Federal Register (Federal Register), Chinese companies included in the “entity list” include China Electronics Research Institute, Xinjiang Lianhai Chuangzhi Information Technology, Leon Technology, Xinjiang Tangli Technology, Shenzhen Kepa Information Technology, There are 14 companies including Xinjiang Xiling Information Technology, Beijing Geling Shenjia Information Technology, Shenzhen Huaan Taizhi Technology, and Chengdu Xiwu Xin’an Intelligent System.

In addition to China, six entities from Russia are included in the list, two each from Canada, Iran, and Lebanon, and one each from Pakistan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates.

Companies such as Hangzhou Hualan Microelectronics and Beijing Dongtu Technology are believed to be violating U.S. national security and foreign policy by procuring or attempting to procure U.S.-origin goods to support China’s military modernization.

In addition, Wuhan Raycus fiber laser technology is listed on the list because it constitutes a risk behavior in violation of the Export Control Regulations (EAR).

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