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Export Controls: Challenges with Commerce’s Validated End-User Program May Limit its Ability to Ensure That Semiconductor Equip Exported to China is Used as Intended
Joseph A. Christoff (au)
Semiconductors are key components in weapons systems and consumer electronics. Since semiconductors have both civilian and military applications, U.S. export control policy treats the equipment and materials used to manufacture semiconductors as "dual-use" items, and controls the export of these items through licensing requirements to sensitive destinations such as China. This is an update to a 2002 report on China's semiconductor manufacturing capabilities to address the: (1) evolution of China's capabilities since 2002; (2) changes to U.S. export control policies over the sale of semiconductor manufacturing equipment and materials to China since 2002; and (3) the advantages and limitations of these changes. Includes recommendations. Illus.
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