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US Publishes Revised Destination Control Statements For ITAR And EAR
The US Departments of State and Commerce have recently revised their requirements for Destination Control Statements ("DCS") that must accompany exports and re-exports of US-controlled items.
United States
23 Sep 2016
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Sanctions Update: Get Your Boarding Pass And Proceed To Gate J
Ladies and gentlemen, the US Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") has turned on the General License J sign, so fasten your seatbelt and prepare for take-off!
UK
19 Aug 2016
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US To Implement New Definitions Of Export, Release And Other Key Terms
On September 1, new definitions of terms used in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations ("ITAR") and Export Administration Regulations ("EAR") will enter into effect.
UK
5 Aug 2016
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US Defines New Encryption Carve-Out For Transfers Of Export-Controlled Data
For companies handling export-controlled technology, the increasing prevalence of cloud computing and cross-border IT networks raises significant challenges for effective compliance.
UK
5 Aug 2016
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Managing Export Controls And Sanctions Post-Brexit
In the wake of the results of the UK's June 23 referendum on EU membership, businesses must assess the impacts of "Brexit" on their operations and prepare to manage the resulting risks.
UK
6 Jul 2016
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Asia: A New Focal Point For Export Compliance
As companies from various sectors grow their presence in Asia, they are increasingly faced with a diverse range of export compliance challenges.
Worldwide
11 May 2015
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The Road Forward
Whatever the reason, whatever the unique business profile, and whatever the current state of a company's export compliance, all companies can benefit from a standard "Roadmap" to build their global export compliance programme.
UK
8 May 2015
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Deloitte Weekly Customs News - Week ended 8 April 2005
The European Commission has recently published a report detailing the additional customs duties it proposes to impose on imports of certain products originating in the US. If the Commission’s proposal is accepted and the US fails to bring its legislation in line with the WTO rules, from 1 May 2005, these additional duties will be applied.
UK
 
13 Apr 2005
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