The Department of Commerce cautions regarding certain scenarios that require an extra layer of due diligence on the part of an exporter during an expo...Read More
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...Read More
Following on restrictions announced last year for military end users and end use, BIS has published a final rule, effective March 16, 2021, imposing a...Read More
International Traffic in Arms Regulations: Addition of Russia On March 1, 2021, the Secretary of State determined pursuant to Section 306(a) of the Ch...Read More
Export Policies and Procedures are an export compliance program that primarily controls sales/shipment of product but also have controls for technical...Read More
On December 23, 2020, the Commerce Department amended the EAR to add the recently released Military End-Users list, which initially includes entities ...Read More
A final rule will be published in the Federal Register on December 22, 2020 adding 77 entities to the BIS Entity List. Among these are several Chinese...Read More
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