Export Reform: Understanding License Exception STA

Law360, New York (June 24, 2013, 12:30 PM EDT) -- Starting on Oct. 15, exporters will be able to export less sensitive military items without a license to 36 countries if they meet the requirements of revised License Exception Strategic Trade Authorization (STA). To qualify for the license exception, the export has to be for one of three purposes: (1) for ultimate end-use by a government of one of the 36 closest U.S. allies; (2) for return to the U.S.; or (3) for shipping under an existing license issued by the U.S. government that authorizes the...
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