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Export Controls: Compliance and Enforcement Activities and Congressional Notification Requirements under Country-Based License Exemptions
Thomas Melito (au)
In 2010, the U.S. announced a reform of its export control systems that proposed, among other things, to reduce the numbers and types of items requiring government review and licensing before export. The U.S. government uses the export control system to limit the risk of sensitive items falling into the wrong hands, while at the same time allow legitimate trade of these items to occur. Congress raised concerns about compliance and enforcement activities for items exported without a license, such as those under the country-based license exemptions. This report analyzed the State Dept.äó»s and Commerce Dept.äó»s compliance and enforcement activities for items exported with a license and those that could be exported under four existing or proposed country-based license exemptions: the Defense Trade Cooperation Treaties with the UK and Australia, the Canadian exemption, and the STA.13. It describes existing and proposed (1) compliance and enforcement activities for exports under both licenses and country-based license exemptions and (2) requirements for State and Commerce to notify Congress of certain defense exports and of violations of export control laws. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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