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34 Entities Added to Bureau of Industry and Security Entity List

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The Bureau of Industry and Security has added thirty-four entities to the Entity List. These thirty-four entities have been determined by the U.S. Gov...

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Have You Updated Your Export Policies and Procedures?

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Recently implemented restrictions regarding China, Burma, Russia and Venezuela require updates to your export Policies and Procedures. These new regul...

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Restrictions On Exports, Reexports, And Transfers (In-Country) for Certain Military-Intelligence End Uses or End Users.

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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...

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Commerce Amends EAR to Add Military End-User List, Removes Hong Kong as Separate Destination

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On December 23, 2020, the Commerce Department amended the EAR to add the recently released Military End-Users list, which initially includes entities ...

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Military End-Users in China, Russia, Venezuela

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A preliminary, unpublished list was recently leaked listing 117 entities in China and Russia deemed military end users (https://www.reuters.com/articl...

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