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Hong Kong’s Strategic Commodities Control List

Schedule 1 : Control List for Munitions and Dual-use Goods
 
Schedule 1 to the Regulations comprises two lists : the Munitions List and the Dual-use Goods List.  They cover a wide variety of goods and technology as set out below :
  • Munitions List covers firearms, ammunition, explosives, bombs and rockets, tanks and toxicological agents, etc., and equipment and technology for the production of these weapons, etc.
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 Munitions List                                                  
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  • Dual-use Goods List covers a wide variety of industrial dual-use goods under the following 10 categories :
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 Category 0 - Nuclear Materials, Facilities & Equipment
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 Category 1 - Special Materials and Related Equipment
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 Category 2 - Materials Processing
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 Category 3 - Electronics
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 Category 4 - Computers
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 Category 5 (Part 1) - Telecommunications
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 Category 5 (Part 2) - Information Security
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 Category 6 - Sensors and Lasers
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 Category 7 - Navigation and Avionics
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 Category 8 - Marine
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 Category 9 - Aerospace and Propulsion
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Sub-Categories Definition
Commodities/Technology
A
 Systems,  Equipment & Components
B
 Test, Inspection & Production Equipment
C
 Materials
D
 Software
E
 Technology

For easy identification of controls under various control regimes, the following numbering series are used :
 
 Wassenaar Arrangement
0 series
(e.g. 1.A.001)
 Missile Technology Control Regime
100 series
(e.g. 1.A.102)
 Nuclear Suppliers Group,
 Zangger Committee established under the  Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
200 series
(e.g. 1.A.202)
 Australia Group
300 series
(e.g. 1.C.351)
 Chemical Weapons Convention
400 series
(e.g. 1.C.450)

Note: The above numbering series apply to dual-use goods under Categories 1 to 9 only.  Nuclear materials, facilities and equipment under Category 0 mirror those in the Nuclear Suppliers Group Trigger List Guidelines.
 
Schedule 2 : Control list for articles-in-transit
 
Schedule 2 to the Regulations extends controls to certain goods in transit and technological documents relating thereto, including certain specific munitions, items in the Category 0 of the Dual-use Goods List, items of nuclear concern, and articles for a use relating to nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.
 
Schedule 3 and 4: End-use control for items known or suspected to be used in connection with chemical, biological or nuclear weapons
 
Schedule 3 brings end-use under control for materials, chemicals, agents and equipment for use in the production, development or use of nuclear, chemical and biological weapon purposes insofar that the importer or exporter knows that they will be used, or suspects that they might be used for those purposes.
 
Schedule 4 lists the activities under control in relation to articles specified in Schedule 3.

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Last Revision Date : 16 April 2020