There will be announcements eventually for Japan and the Netherlands, but probably not in time.
“It could take several months for Japan and the Netherlands to implement the restrictions as they need to prepare domestic legislation,” one INFER forecaster noted, citing reporting from Bloomberg. And there’s at least some possibility of an ally agreeing to a deal but not announcing it.
^from a post I wrote for INFER. https://www.infer-pub.com/the-pub/us-china-export-controls
And here is a new piece that also suggests very low chance:
The lack of leaks is happening for the same reason the administration was able to pull the deal off: they take allies’ concerns—including a desire for secrecy—seriously...
...The full details are unlikely to be known until the Dutch and Japanese governments publish their updated export controls regulations, which will take months. In the case of Dutch export controls, some types of policy changes might never be published at all, such as changing the policy for reviewing certain types of export license applications from “case by case” to “presumption of denial.”
Well, I was wrong: the Netherlands made an announcement per Reuters. Upping the chances of Japan doing so, accordingly.