EXPORT REFORM: The historic move to transfer key, export-controlled aerospace categories for aircraft and gas turbine engines from the U.S. Munitions List to the Commerce Control List has “created many new problems and challenges for exporters and their counsel,” according to partners in the law firm Barnes and Thornburg. They say that since the reforms took effect Oct. 15, “the export licensing process has actually gotten more complex in many situations,” including the fact that exporters ...
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