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Japan to ban export of hi-tech goods to Russia from May 20 over Ukraine war

The list of the goods, banned for the exports to Russia, includes oil refining equipment, quantum computers, electron microscopes, atomic force microscopes and 3D printers

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has decided to ban the exports of high-tech goods - such as quantum computers, 3D printers and electron microscopes - to Russia, the country's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said on Friday.

"Amid the situation around Ukraine, our country is making a contribution to the efforts for ensuring peace in the whole world, for settling this issue, as well as imposes a ban on the exports of high-tech goods (quantum computers and 3D printers) to Russia in line with the government's decision as of May 10. These measures enter into force on May 20," the ministry said.

The list of the goods, banned for the exports to Russia, includes oil refining equipment, quantum computers and their components, electron microscopes, atomic force microscopes, 3D printers and their consumables, equipment for the production of organic light emitting diodes, equipment for the production of microelectromechanical circuits, equipment for the production of high-efficiency solar cells for hydrogen fuel and renewable energy, vacuum pumps, refrigeration equipment designed for extremely low temperatures, materials that make it difficult to detect electromagnetic waves, and other equipment.

has joined the sanctions campaign against Russia after the latter launched the military operation in Ukraine on February 24.

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First Published: Fri, May 13 2022. 12:03 IST
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