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What are the new U.S. export rules designed to freeze Russian tech

The United States on Thursday restricted exports to Russia of a broad set of U.S.-made products as well as foreign-produced goods built with U.S. technology, following the invasion of Ukraine.

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The United States on Thursday restricted exports to Russia of a broad set of U.S.-made products as well as foreign-produced goods built with U.S. technology, following the invasion of Ukraine. Here is how the rules are expected to affect U.S. tech companies, according to six experts on U.S. trade law.
 
What technology is newly restricted from export to Russia?
U.S. companies must now obtain licenses to sell computers, sensors, lasers, navigation tools, and telecommunications, aerospace and marine equipment. The United States will deny almost all requests.
 
"We expected something sweeping, and this was certainly sweeping," said Ama Adams, partner at

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First Published: Feb 25 2022 | 10:07 AM IST

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