Statement from AMEC Semiconductor Equipment (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Shanghai, China, February 4, 2024——AMEC Semiconductor Equipment (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as the "Company") noted that on January 31, 2024 (U.S. time, the same below) the U.S. Department of Defense, in accordance with Section 1260H of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, List our company on the "Chinese Military Companies (CMC)" list.
The company has always adhered to legal and compliant operations and strictly abided by domestic and international laws and regulations related to operations. At the same time, the company has nothing to do with the military, does not have any military investment, and does not provide products and services to any military end users. All products and services are for civilian or commercial use. It is completely unreasonable for the U.S. Department of Defense to include our company on this list when it goes against objective facts and lacks factual basis.
This list does not have specific sanctions and will not have a substantial impact on the company's operations. The company's current production operations, import and export of products and components, and customer support are all normal. The company will continue to provide customers with internationally leading products and first-class services.
On January 14, 2021, the U.S. Department of Defense included our company on the list of "Communist Chinese Military Companies (CCMC)". After our company communicated effectively with sufficient facts, the U.S. Department of Defense removed our company from the above list on June 3 of the same year. This time, the company will take effective measures to fully prove that the company is not a military-related enterprise to protect the interests of the company, partners and shareholders.
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