How ICE Could Chill Export Enforcement

Law360, New York (February 3, 2011, 2:05 PM EST) -- Much has been written in the international trade press in recent months concerning, even promoting, the Obama administration's efforts at reforming the export control regime. Most of the commentary and White House promotional press releases have centered on the idea of reforming (read "reducing") the list of items that require the scrutiny of a licensing process before export is permitted, as well as consolidation of the licensing process so that the exporter needs only deal with one agency for licensing as opposed to the current bureaucratic...
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