DOD Streamlines US-UK Defense Export Rules
The interim rule, which was released Monday but is set to run in a Tuesday Federal Register notice, implements a provision in the Defense Trade Cooperation Treaty, under which the U.S. and the U.K. agreed in 2007 to take steps to increase their coordination in military, counterterrorism and other defense efforts.
With the rule's adoption, certain defense-related exports would be exempt from...
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