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Canadian Exemption Provision

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Canadian Exemption Provision

Under 22 CFR 126.5 (b)(1), defense items being exported to Canada may be eligible for this State Department license exception. To use this exception, the Canadian company must have registered through the Canadian Controlled Goods Registration Program.  Additionally, the items must remain in Canada with a Canadian Controlled Goods Registration Program registered company or the Canadian government as an end user, or be returned to the United States.   To use this exception, an exporter should obtain assurances from the Canadian company that neither the product nor the technical data will be allowed to leave Canada or the United States.


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