At long last, substantive export control reforms


Fred Stocker, vice president
October 15, 2013 marked the effective date of the first step in a long-awaited substantive reform of the U.S. export control system. The ultimate goals are a single licensing agency, operating under a single list of controlled items, with a single enforcement arm and a single database of sanctioned and denied parties. The new changes represent a significant step toward a more efficient, predictable and transparent export control system. Issues in Brief

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