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Strategic export controls

Strategic export controls

further report and parliamentary prior scrutiny : report, together with the proceedings of the Committees and Appendices to the Minutes of Evidence

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Published by The Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDefence Committee ... [et al].
Series[hc]. [Session 1999-2000] -- 467
ContributionsGreat Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Defence Committee.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxvi,36p. ;
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21314384M
ISBN 100102518009
OCLC/WorldCa47832663

  Development of a formal system of control on strategic exports from India: In early , a "Small Group on Strategic Export Controls" was constituted by the GOI to initiate the process of institutionalizing a system of controls over strategic exports from India. The Group finalized a list of items whose export was to be made subject to licensing. Strategic goods are goods which you are not allowed to export, import or transit to certain countries or only under certain conditions. This is for reasons of security and international agreements. It concerns goods which can be used.

Section I — Policy Issues Relating to Strategic Export Controls Domestic Policy 3 International Policy 5 Section II — Export licensing decisions during Background to export licensing decisions 11 Standard Individual Export Licences and Open Individual Export Licences 11 Open General Licences   Export controls on strategic goods and services Military goods (such as guns) and dual-use goods (such as night vision devices and certain chemicals) can pose a threat to security. Companies that trade in such goods must therefore comply with strict rules.

However, there is also a need for strict and effective export controls to achieve the declared objectives. Export controls are therefore a key instrument for governments when it comes to meeting their international obligations with respect to non-proliferation. The export controls themselves are implemented at the national level. 4ipri background papers to require permits for export of strategic items. 13 It was only in that the South Korean Government announced a concrete plan to set up a legal and organizational framework for licensing authorities. 14 In the s the File Size: KB.


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Coming in - New version of the Strategic Export Controls Portal and Programme. Welcome to provides online training and assessment on Strategic Export Controls for the UK defence industry to support responsible exporting and demonstrate your commitment to compliance.

The programmes have been. The Strategic Goods Control List is found in The Schedule to the Strategic Goods (Control) Order It includes items from the four multilateral export control regimes – Australia Group, Missile Technology Control Regime, Nuclear Suppliers Group and Wassenaar Arrangement.

The Schedule consists of two parts, each split into two divisions. Reports and data on export control licensing compiled by the export control organisation. Each quarterly report published since ‘Strategic export controls: licensing statistics, 1 January to 31 Author: Export Control Joint Unit.

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_00_Strategic Exports 4 12/07/ United Kingdom Strategic Export Controls Annual Report Presented to Parliament pursuant to Section 10 of the Export Control Act Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 17 July HC _00_Strategic Exports 1 12/07/ This book examines whether India is successfully integrating and adapting to the global strategic management system.

It offers essential insights into the evolution of export controls for goods, which may have implications for the development of Weapons of Mass Destruction – an aspect that is especially relevant given India’s robust biotechnological, chemical and nuclear industrial.

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Strategic export control1 is one of the pillars of nuclear non-proliferation, and complements both the international safeguards and physical protection regimes. It monitors and controls international transfers of nuclear and non-nuclear materials, technology and equipment.

Since the end of WWII, the State-levelFile Size: 1MB. The term “Strategic Trade Control” is used rather than “Export Control” to recognize the import ance of controlling strategic goods in various international.

detailed information should be included in the full Strategic Export Controls Annual Report. INFORMATION ON SIELS, SITLS AND OIELS The entry for each destination contains the following information: For SIELs: The value of all applications in respect of which a SIEL was issued for the export of items to the destination.

Strategic export controls and the private sector Evan R. Berlack I. Introduction Since 11 September there has been a fresh surge of interest in inter-national mechanisms for cutting off at the source supplies of weapon-related items and finances to dangerous actors.

Strategic export controls, and the. The Coordinating Committee for Multilateral Export Controls (CoCom) was established by the Western Bloc in the first five years after the end of World War II, during the Cold War, to put an embargo on Comecon countries.

CoCom ceased to function on Maand the then-current control list of embargoed goods was retained by the member nations until the. Export controls can be a critical consideration for any company that trades or interacts with other businesses outside the United lly, the term refers to a complex and sometimes confusing network of rules, regulations, and laws that involve interrelated U.S.

agencies. 1 Export controls are put in place to protect the interests of the U.S., in that they can involve national. The Customs and Excise Department is responsible for the enforcement of strategic trade control in Hong Kong.

Any person who imports or exports any article specified in the Schedules to the Import and Export (Strategic Commodities) Regulations not under and in accordance with an import or export licence issued by the Director-General of Trade and Industry commits an.

Book Description: Vital information on how to systematically implement IT strategic and operational controls to support and enhance your organisation. Nowadays, integrated information systems can significantly magnify the accrued benefits of a given project and greatly strengthen an organisation, but such benefits are balanced by a serious risk.

The PPI for found that global implementation of export controls is currently bimodal. One peak illustrates that about one quarter of countries maintain fairly robust strategic export controls, e.g. comprehensive legislation and effective implementation, and the other shows that about three quarters of countries have far less effective : Andrea.

USER GUIDE ON STRATEGIC GOODS AND SERVICES 4 1. Introduction The User Guide on Strategic Goods and Services is designed principally as a reference guide – in particular for exporters, traders and brokers - to the system of export control on military goods andFile Size: KB.Strategic Trade Scheme Handbook.

This handbook is a walk-through guide on the application requirements for Individual and Bulk Permits. It also contains guidelines on implementing an effective internal compliance programme, as well as frequently asked questions on the trading of strategic goods.This book examines whether India is successfully integrating and adapting to the global strategic management system.

It offers essential insights into the evolution of export controls for goods, which may have implications for the development of Weapons of Mass Destruction – an aspect that is especially relevant given India's robust biotechnological, chemical and nuclear industrial .