Taiwan bans exports of all modern chips to Russia, Belarus
Thursday, 02 June, 2022, 14:42
Taiwan has imposed a ban on the sale of modern chips to Russia and Belarus in response to the invasion of Ukraine.
This week, Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) published a list of strategic high-tech goods that are barred from export to Russia and Belarus, reported DigiTimes. The ministry stated exports of these high-tech commodities are also banned from Belarus because it could help Russia bypass the sanctions.
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