THE JOURNAL OF EXPORT CONTROLS AND SANCTIONS

Issue 78, April 2019

India and its ITT controls

Having traditionally been concerned with controls of exports of tangible products, the Indian authorities are working towards developing controls for intangible transfers and harmonising those with..

Having traditionally been concerned with controls of exports of tangible products, the Indian authorities are working towards developing controls for intangible transfers and harmonising those with the rights of individuals, write Ameeta Verma Duggal and Aditi Warrier.   In India, goods, services and technology, whose export is controlled, are specified in the List of Special Chemicals, Organisms, Materials, Equipment and Technologies (‘SCOMET List’). The SCOMET List, which comprises India’s dual-use control list and Munitions List, is issued and regulated by the Directorate General for Foreign Trade (‘DGFT’). While the overall regulation of the SCOMET List is carried out by DGFT,...

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