Will any of the following countries announce on or before 31 March 2023 that they are joining the United States’ chip export ban against China?

Started Jan 19, 2023 08:00PM UTC
Closing Apr 01, 2023 04:00AM UTC

In October 2022, the United States announced measures aimed at controlling China’s access to advanced semiconductor chips, including export restrictions on both advanced chips and the equipment needed to manufacture them (Reuters). Since then, the United States has attempted to convince key allies, most notably Japan, Netherlands, and South Korea, to join the ban as well (Bloomberg).  In January 2023, President Biden met with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte to continue discussions.  
This question will be resolved using an official announcement by the relevant country. Announcements which specify that a country will be following some, but not all, of the U.S. measures will resolve as "Yes". 

Read more about the U.S.'s semiconductor export controls on the INFER blog.

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Question clarification
Issued on 02/14/23 04:27pm
For the purposes of this question, if Taiwan were to join the United States' chip ban, the answer option "Any other country not listed" will resolve as "Yes".
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