Dutch Lawmakers Question New U.S. Export Restrictions on ASML Chip Machines

Dutch Lawmakers Question New U.S. Export Restrictions on ASML Chip Machines

Dutch lawmakers are raising concerns over the new U.S. export restrictions targeting ASML chip machines. These restrictions could have implications for the manufacturing of deep ultraviolet (DUV) lithography machines produced by ASML Holding and exported from the Netherlands to China. Let’s dive into the details. Understanding the New Rules The U.S. recently introduced new export…

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Completes Interoperability Test to Enhance Transparency and Communication in Supply Chains

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Completes Interoperability Test to Enhance Transparency and Communication in Supply Chains

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has announced the successful completion of its first interoperability test with the aim of promoting global standards to bring transparency and standard communication between the private sector and government agencies. This test is part of CBP’s modernization efforts in promoting global interoperability. The focus of this recent CBP test…

The Battle Over Trade Authority: Congress vs. the Executive Branch

The Battle Over Trade Authority: Congress vs. the Executive Branch

The recent conflict between the Congress and the executive branch over the U.S.-Taiwan Initiative on 21st Century Trade is an essential issue for U.S trade policy. The executive branch has argued that trade agreements do not require congressional approval, causing the Congress to pass a bill that approved the first phase of the U.S.-Taiwan deal…