Changes To License Exceptions Ease Way For Exporters

Law360, New York (July 31, 2013, 1:33 PM EDT) -- Companies should soon find it easier to export items abroad on a temporary basis and to service or replace parts on previously exported items. Effective Oct. 15, 2013, several license exceptions contained in the Export Administration Regulations will be revised to reflect the changes to the EAR as a result of the Obama administration’s Export Control Reform Initiative. These changes include increasing the amount of time a temporary export may remain abroad under a requested extension and allowing 600 series parts, components, accessories and attachments to...
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