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Japan paying close attention to planned U.S. regulations on high-tech exports

  • January 10, 2019
  • , Yomiuri
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Yomiuri reported in a front-page article on the Trump administration’s decision to adopt tougher regulations on the export of cutting-edge technology such as artificial intelligence and genome engineering, noting that as Japanese companies, universities, and research institutions may need to deal with more stringent U.S. export rules, the Japanese government is paying close attention to new regulatory guidelines that Washington plans to make public in April. The daily explained that the USG is concerned about China’s having taken advantage of America’s “tolerance” of foreign students and researchers in order to bring back key U.S. technologies with the result this could challenge U.S. military and scientific supremacy. 

 

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