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The space industry is not subject to specific export control regulation but rather to both dual-use and defence export control provisions. As such, it could benefit from directives designed to..
The Argentine government is in the process of drafting a new export control law which is tabled for introduction in mid-2012. Scott Jones reviews the current strategic trade control system and the..
BIS has adopted several new civil enforcement measures against parties settling export enforcement cases, including mandatory audit and export compliance training. Michael Burton and Regan Alberda..
The regulations governing the provision of technology and assistance by U.S. persons to foreign nuclear activities look set to be revised. Kim Strosnider, Peter Lichtenbaum and Gabriel Slater examine..
Jarred A. Fishman begins the first of a two-part article identifying practical measures by which the export compliance function can be made more effective for business.
Proposed streamlining changes to the ITAR should provide an increased opportunity for exporting and re-exporting certain defence items. Curt Dombek, Thad McBride and Reid Whitten consider the..
Since WorldECR last went to press there have been several rounds of sanctions against both Iran, and Syria, with the surprise new participant being the Arab League.