Element 1: Denied Persons Screen Element 2 : Product Classification/License Determination Screen Element 3: Diversion Risk Screen Element 4: Sensitive Nuclear End-Uses/End-Users Screen Element 5 : Missile End-Use/End-Users Screen Element 6: Chemical and Biological Weapons End-Uses/End-Users Screen Element 7: Antiboycott Screen Element 8 : Informed Letter/Entity List Screen
Department of Commerce Transshipment Country Export Control Initiative (TECI)
TECI is a multi-faceted, cooperative initiative that seeks to strengthen the trade compliance and export control systems of those countries and companies that constitute global transshipment hubs. By working to strengthen those systems, the DOC seeks to enhance security and confidence in international trade flows.
The United States maintains 54 of its outstanding 288 antidumping measures against products from China.
In 2003, new cases against China were initiated at the brisk pace of one per month. These actions hit consumable products like honey, apple juice concentrate, mushrooms, and pencils, as well as raw material inputs like creatine monohydrate, polyvinyl alcohol, barium carbonate and ferrovanadium.