June 29 came into force the new U.S. export restrictions against Russia, China and Venezuela. The corresponding statement was published on the website of the Ministry of industry and trade of the United States in April.
As noted in the Department, the tightening of the rules of exports due to the need to prevent entities in China, Russia and Venezuela to acquire American technology for future development of weapons, military aircraft, or technologies of surveillance.
New export rules broaden the interpretation of “military use” items. Now fall under this concept of technological goods that may in any way be used for the creation of military products. For example, restrictions will apply to semiconductor equipment and sensors.
In addition, the US has tightened the requirements for the licenses for the supply of goods. Before American suppliers could without a license to export quite a large list of goods, if they were intended for civil use. These exceptions are now abolished. This rule will affect products such as semiconductors, computers, telecommunications equipment, and the like.