Revamp of export control lists may help industry even if lawmakers balk at more radical refom
A single control list, a single licensing agency, a single enforcement office—President Barack Obama’s vision of a revamped control regime that streamlines U.S. exports and creates jobs—faces a test this year when the administration seeks legislation from Congress to enable the sweeping changes. But even if Congress balks at the more radical proposals, the aerospace and defense industry believes the cleaning up of export control lists already underway will be a major improvement over the ...
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