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Export Administration Act (EAA) was permanently renewed by Congress

After a period of being held in stasis, the Export Administration Act has finally been permanently renewed by Congress. Since its expiration in 1996, the validity of the EAR was challenged in court and was ruled to be legally administered through the International Economic Emergency Powers Act

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Commerce Awards India Cooperating Country Status

Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) amended the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) to formally recognize and implement India’s membership in the Wassenaar Arrangement (Wassenaar or WA). Further, BIS provide preferential treatment in license exception Strategic Trade Authorization.  This action befits India’s status as a Major Defense Partner and

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83 FR 37423: Commerce Punishes China by Adding 44 Chinese Entities to Entities List

The U.S. Government determined that these parties acted contrary to the national security or foreign policy interests of the United States.  A license is required to export items or technology and there is a presumption for denial.

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Firearms Transitioning from United States Munitions Lists (USML) to Commerce Control List (CCL)

On May 14, the Department of Commerce (BIS) in conjunction with the Department of State (DDTC) issued newly proposed rules for the export classification of firearms, guns, ammunition and other articles. Under these new rules, many items previously controlled by the DDTC’s US Munitions List (USML) and

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ZTE Export Settlement with US Department of Commerce

May 7, 2018, the Department of Commerce has come to a settlement agreement with Chinese company ZTE of $1.19 billion in combined civil and criminal penalties for the illegal shipment of telecommunications equipment to Iran and North Korea by subsidiary entities Zhongxing Telecommunications Equipment Corporation and ZTE

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FLIR Fined by Sec and Justice Department for Bribery and Export Violations

On April 25th, the Justice Department fined FLIR Systems, Inc.  $30M, resulting from findings of 347 unauthorized exports during 2007-2012. The violations are related to foreign person employment, including dual/third county nationals of Iran, Iraq and Lebanon, license management issues related to not adhering to the scope

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Welcome To Our New Website

We are excited to welcome you to the newly redesigned and refreshed DL Exports new website. This project has been months in the making, and we are thrilled to be able to share the final result with you. You may be wondering, why now? Why did we

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all-day October 2018 CUSECO Seminar @ Hyatt Place Mohegan Sun
October 2018 CUSECO Seminar @ Hyatt Place Mohegan Sun
Oct 3 – Oct 5 all-day
CUSECO – Export Compliance Officer Training and Certification Training – October 3/4, 2018 Exam – October 5, 2018 ( 4 one hour tests, class over by 12:30 pm) Location: Hyatt Place Mohegan Sun 2049 Norwich New London Turnpike Uncasville, CT 06382 Hotel Room Rate: $95.00 plus tax