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China Updates Dangerous Drug and Chemicals Import/Export Regulations

New regulations with regard to the import/export of dangerous drugs and any substance deemed to be a potential component of a chemical weapon came into effect as of 1 January this year.

In more specific terms, the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) and General Administration of Customs (GAC) jointly-issued an updated edition of the Catalogue of Dual-Use Items and Technologies Subject to Import and Export Licence Administration, which covers any material that could potentially be used in the production of a chemical weapon, as well as a number of drugs previously deemed to be dangerous.

The revised catalogue supersedes all previous editions.

For further details (in Chinese), please access the following link:

MOFCOM and GAC Announcement No.104 [2018] on the Catalogue of Dual-Use Items and Technologies Subject to Import and Export Licence Administration

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