Feeling the Winter's Cold? For Export Controls, It's Hot in Brussels!

Posted by Arne Mielken on December 20, 2017

On 19 December 2017, Amber Road joined hundreds of trade professionals at the 2017 Export Control Forum in Brussels hosted by the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the European Commission. The Forum was a great opportunity to participate in discussions about the ongoing export control programs in the EU and learn about the current legislative developments regarding the proposal for a modernisation of EU export controls.

High-ranking speakers from EU institutions and international organizations discussed several important topics around export controls including the new proliferation threat landscape in 2017. Amber Road proactively participated and the key points of the conference are summarized here.

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Topics: End-Use Management, Export Management, Deemed Exports, Export Compliance

State Department Proposes ITAR Policy Change

Posted by Caroline Brown on August 12, 2010

A Federal Register notice published on Wednesday announced that the U.S. State Department has proposed to amend the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Their plan is to "update policies regarding end-user employment of dual nationals and third-country nationals," according to an American Shipper article. The article went on to explain:

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Topics: End-Use Management, Export Management

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