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Commerce suspends export license exceptions for Hong Kong

June 29, 2020
The Commerce Department will no longer issue export license exceptions for products headed to Hong Kong as the U.S. works to “eliminate differential treatment” that Hong Kong has long been afforded by the U.S., the agency announced on Monday. President Trump in May said Hong Kong would lose its special trade status and the U.S. would consider Hong Kong as part of mainland China because of a new national security law Beijing said it would impose on the city. “Commerce...

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