U.S. proposes new restrictions on certain exports to China, filing says
An aerial perspective of container ships docked at the Port of Oakland on March 06, 2019 in Oakland, California. In accordance to the U.S. Commerce Office, the trade deficit surged 12.5 per cent from 2017 to $891.3 billion, a record higher.
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The U.S. Section of Commerce on Monday proposed rule changes that would impose new limits on specified exports to China, in accordance to a governing administration submitting.
The division also amended a rule that expands controls for military services prospective buyers in China.
The rule changes were posted for general public inspection and will be formally released in the Federal Sign-up on Tuesday.