ECCDK Country Overview

Country overview:Countries selected by ECCDK for analysis and presentation in the list below. US EAR: Yes/No – where “Yes” indicates that EAR might challenge exports to the specific country. US ITAR/Arms Embargo: Yes/No – where “Yes” signifies that the country is an ITAR country and/or there is an arms embargo in place. US Sanctions/OFAC: Yes/No – where […]

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Singapore

Since January 2008, Singapore’s Strategic Goods Control List has expanded to incorporate all the items listed under the four multilateral export control regimes, namely the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), Australia Group (AG), Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and the Wassenaar Arrangement (WA). Lists are quite easy to locate, and they are similar to the EU […]

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India

India is strengthening business relations with Iran buying crude oil and gas for nearly USD 3 billion per year with the aim of increasing purchases of Iranian goods in general to USD 25 billions by 2015. The total annual trade balance between India and Iran seems to add up to approximately USD 14 billion as […]

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Japanese export control

Trade Control Department of the Security Export Control Policy Division under The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) oversees Japanese export control and compliance. METI cooperates with a number of other government institutions including but not limited to: Japanese Customs Japanese National Police Agency (NPA) Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) Japanese Coast Guard […]

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Screening Lists

The term “Lists” refers to the many different screening lists of sanctioned/embargoed end-users with whom you are not allowed to do business. Some sanctons are enforced to penalise persons, companies, organisations or other entities who have violated US, EU, UK or international export control laws, while other sanctions are in place to pressure rogue states […]

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OFAC

US Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), based on US foreign policy and national security, prohibits the transfer of anything of value and the provision of services to countries subject to US sanctions without a license. All US persons must comply with OFAC regulations including all US citizens and permanent resident aliens […]

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ITAR

The US Department of State (DOS), The Directorate of Defence Trade Controls (DDTC) through the The Arms Export Control Act (AECA) controls the export of defense articles and services via the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) – 22 CFR Parts 120-130. The ITAR embraces articles and services as listed in the US Munitions List […]

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EAR

The US Department of Commerce (DOC), Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) oversees the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) 15 C.F.R. Parts 700-799 including the Commerce Control List (CCL). The CCL contains dual-use items (i.e., hardware, software and technology) that may have both a commercial/civil and a military use subject to the EAR. Items are identified […]

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