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US Expands Export Control List, Adding 31 Chinese Companies for National Security Concerns

The Biden administration has taken decisive action, adding 43 entities to the export control list, with 31 of them being Chinese companies. These additions are aimed at countering threats to US national security posed by activities such as training Chinese military pilots and supporting Beijing's military modernization efforts.

In a statement, Matthew Axelrod, the US Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Enforcement, emphasized the importance of preventing China from accessing US technology and knowledge that could contribute to its military advancements.

Entities on the export control list include branches of Frontier Services Group in China, Kenya, Laos, and the. . .

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