Domestic Content Protection

How the world stays open for business

For generations after World War II, he was sure that globalization would continue unabated. The opening of economies, technological advances, cultural exchanges and political engagement have ushered in one of the most extensive periods of global interconnection in history. Despite recent gloomy warnings, there is little evidence that this trend …

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BIS Seeks Feedback from Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and Semiconductor Supply Chains on Supply Chain Vulnerabilities – International Law

United States: BIS seeks feedback from information and communications technology (ICT) and semiconductor supply chains on supply chain vulnerabilities 06 October 2021 Husch Blackwell LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. The Bureau of Industry and Security (“BIS”) of the Department of Commerce (“Commerce”) recently issued …

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The government should create a local content policy supporting competitiveness and protection within the parameters of the WTO

Mr. Editor, Discontent appears to be growing in the private sector and other influential circles about the pace at which the formulation and implementation of local content legislation / policy is evolving. It is probably this dissatisfaction, expressed both publicly and privately, that has manifested recently in a number of …

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