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China updates export restrictions

On August 28, China’s Ministry of Commerce issued an update[1] to the technologies that require government approval before they can be exported or sold. The 23 technologies include space materials, 3D printing, encryption, large-scale high-speed wind tunnel design, and others. Notably, the restrictions also cover “‘technology based on data analysis for personalized information recommendation services,’”[2] which analysts believe cover Bytedance’s TikTok video-sharing app, which is at the center of a national security debate between the United States and China.

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