Administration moving ahead with export-control reforms despite concerns of Congress
President Barack Obama's ambitious export-control reform initiative faces hurdles in Congress, where politics and policy could slow the first serious attempt to overhaul the nation's cumbersome and antiquated U.S. arms export-licensing system in over a decade. In July the Obama administration made an initial attempt at wholesale reform of the current licensing process with a proposed rule that would, among other things, shift most tanks, trucks and other military vehicles currently ...
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