Catch-All Controls

Article 4 – Catch-All Controls EU imposed Catch-All controls are described in Article 4 of the EU List of Dual Use goods. Besides, you need to visit your national export control authorities to find out whether or not special national controls have been implemented in your country. One tool that you should consider using when […]

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German Export Control

German export control legislation has developed significantly within a very short time. Today German export control authorities have built up impressive websites creating industry awareness exceeding that of many other European countries. The major German export compliance authorities are: Bundesamt für Wirtschaft und Ausfuhrkontrolle (BAFA) Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie Deutsche Bundesbank Servicezentrum Finanzsanktionen The […]

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Danish Export Controls

Managed by the Danish ERST, Danish Export Controls follow EU export control legislation in the sense that Denmark does not add additional national legislation on top of the EU export control legislation. Major Danish export control players are: Danish Business Authority – ERST Danish Ministry of Justice Danish Security and Intelligence Service Confederation of Danish […]

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UK Export Controls

UK export controls are the most developed of the European systems. Most, if not all, activities in relation to UK export controls may be accomplished via websites, online forms and applications via the ECO website. The major UK institutions directly linking HMG to business exporters are: Export Control Organisation (ECO) Department for Business Innovation and […]

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Export Compliance FAQ

Export Control Basics Travelling abroad Export Administration Regulations (EAR) International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and EU Military List (ML) items Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Other issues In support of the Frequently Asked Questions – FAQ – please note that further US specific definitions are available in the ECCDK US Export Control section, […]

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EU Export Control

The European Union rules are based partly on the European Union List of Dual Use goods, the updated Regulation (EU) No 2015/2420 right here and partly on Restrictive Measures in Force (often referred to as sanctions) decided by the European Union Commission. The European Union List of Dual Use goods is based on the Wassenaar […]

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Asia

Export control legislation in Asia is being developed. Some countries have already implemented extensive export control and compliance rules and cooperate with both US and EU authorities in limiting proliferation of Weapons for Mass Destruction (WMD) and technologies to produce to design, produce or test WMD. Today, the most developed export control systems in Asia […]

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US and Canada

US US export controls do not differ significantly from EU rules in that there are three key export control programmes just as in the EU: Dual-use controls – the dual-use List Arms controls – the Military List Economic sanctions The three US Export Control Programmes are oversighted by these departments: US Department of Commerce, Bureau […]

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