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UK / China arms embargo to be extended to Hong Kong

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On 20 July 2020, the UK Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, announced that the UK will extend to Hong Kong an EU arms embargo that...

Global: Annual Corporate Compliance Conference, 7 September – 9 October 2020

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Having been established for over a decade as a "must attend" global compliance conference by senior in-house legal and compliance professionals, our Annual Corporate...

Global: Off the Shelf: The Global Consumer Goods & Retail Industry Podcast

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Off the Shelf, the Global Consumer Goods & Retail Industry Podcast, provides short practical legal insights into the key issues affecting consumer goods and...

Global: The Future of Dispute Resolution

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As the effects of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to be felt around the world, businesses face significant levels of instability and uncertainty caused...

China: Doing Business in China 2020

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The Doing Business in China guide provides an introduction to selected aspects relating to investment and business operations in the People’s Republic of China...

Global: Resilience, Recovery & Renewal: A Podcast Series

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Whether you are managing the immediate crisis, stabilizing operations or looking beyond to what a world after COVID-19 will look like, this series features...

Global: June 2020 International Trade Compliance Update

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Read publicationWelcome to the June 2020 edition of Baker McKenzie's International Trade Compliance Update.Here are the highlights:Announcing the launch of a...

Global: USMCA: Game On! Webinar Series

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Part 1: How to Claim Preferential Tariff TreatmentBaker McKenzie experts from Canada, US and Mexico deliver a 75-minute session to understand the impact of...

EU: A Strengthening Partnership – European Union’s New Africa Strategy Amidst COVID-19 Uncertainty

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In early March 2020, after COVID-19 had already begun its journey of destruction around the world, the European Commission (Commission) published its Comprehensive Strategy...

USA: Government extends Huawei temporary general license to 13 August 2020 and revises the...

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On 19 May 2020, the US Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) published an interim final rule effective on 15 May 2020 amending the Export Administration Regulations’ (EAR) General Prohibition Three (the foreign-produced direct product rule) and Entity List to impose new controls on the reexport, export from abroad, and transfer (in-country) of certain foreign-produced semiconductor-related items when such items are the direct product of certain designated US technology or software and are destined to Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. and 114 of its non-US affiliates designated on the BIS Entity List (collectively, Huawei). BIS is seeking comments on the interim final rule, which must be submitted on or before 14 July 2020.
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