Boise Partner Jason Prince Provides Insight After Japanese Government's Export Controls Conference

Boise Partner Jason Prince had the recent honor of attending the Japanese Government’s 23rd Asian Export Control Seminar, held in late February in Tokyo. Participants in this invitation-only event included over 120 representatives from roughly 20 Asian countries and administrative regions (including China, South Korea, and Taiwan), the United States, the European Union, Australia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Mexico, the Wassenaar Arrangement, the United Nations (UN) Security Council 1540 Committee, and the World Customs Organization. Most of the seminar participants were high-ranking government officials within their countries’ respective export control agencies.

Prince and co-author Steven Pelak, shared key takeaways from the event in the recent article “Lessons from Japan’s Approach to Export Controls,” published in the March issue of The Export Practitioner. Additionally, Prince provided insights on the seminar in the February 29 edition of Washington Tariff & Trade Letter.

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