DJI Banned From CES Las Vegas

On January 5th, according to foreign media reports, Dajiang Innovation Technology Co., Ltd. was banned from participating in the Consumer Technology Association of America, which is being held from January 5th to 8th in Las Vegas, because it was included in the U.S. Department of Commerce’s list of sanctioned entities.

The Las Vegas International Consumer Electronics Show is owned and organized by the technology association, covering all aspects of the technology industry. It is the world’s most influential technology event, and the most important stage for global breakthroughs in technology and global innovators to appear.

On December 18th, 2020, the U.S. Department of Commerce officially issued an announcement to include 77 entities in the “Entity List,” on the grounds of “protecting U.S. national security”. Most entities on the list are Chinese companies, universities, or individuals. DJI, the world’s largest drone manufacturer, has been listed as an economic sanctions entity by the U.S. Department of Commerce for its involvement in mass human rights violations in China through the abuse of genetic collection and analysis or high-tech surveillance of “re-education camps” in Xinjiang. U.S. companies will not be allowed to export technology to DJI without a license from the Bureau of Commerce, Industry, and Security.

An industry source said that DJI did have plans to participate in the 2023 Las Vegas International Consumer Electronics Show, but it was not approved to set up a booth. There is no question that the door to U.S. high-tech exports is closing rapidly on the CCP.

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