Burma has been added to the EAR Military End Use/End User Restrictions. Exports of certain items to China, Russia and Venezuela. Exports of items with certain classifications previously able to be exported No License Required, will now require a license which will be reviewed with a presumption of denial. Before exporting to Russia, China, Burma or Venezuela you must review the Military End-User list (https://www.bis.doc.gov/index.php/documents/regulations-docs/2714-supplement-no-7-to-part-744-military-end-user-meu-list) along with the list of classifications which are restricted. The list of classifications can be found in Supplement No. 2 To Part 744 – List Of Items Subject To The Military End-Use Or End User License Requirement Of §744.21. https://www.bis.doc.gov/index.php/documents/regulations-docs/2343-part-744-control-policy-end-user-and-end-use-based-2/file
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