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Trade compliance refers to the process of following the rules and regulations that govern international trade. These rules and regulations are set by government agencies, such as the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and are designed to ensure that trade is conducted in a fair, safe, and secure manner....
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In the higher education sector, export controls can be a complex and sometimes confusing issue. Universities and research institutions may be involved in a wide range of activities that could potentially fall under export control regulations, such as research projects, international collaborations, and travel to certain countries.
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Export compliance is the process of ensuring that a company’s international trade activities comply with the relevant laws and regulations. These laws and regulations can be complex and vary depending on the nature of the products being exported, the destination country, and other factors. Noncompliance can result in significant costs and consequences for a company,...
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Exporting Without a License? ITAR exemptions allow certain defense-related articles and services to be exported or imported without the need for a license. These exemptions are granted on a case-by-case basis and are typically granted to companies that meet certain criteria, such as having a proven track record of compliance with ITAR regulations.
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Technical Assistance Agreements (TAAs) and Manufacturing License Agreements (MLAs) are types of agreements that are regulated under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). The ITAR is a set of regulations administered by the Department of State that controls the export of defense-related items and services from the United States.
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