Space insurers may soon find themselves in ITAR's sights
Insurance industry insiders are warning that toughening U.S. arms control regulations could lead to increased oversight of the space insurance industry and further project delays. Foreign and U.S. officials alike have long complained of the additional delays and costs caused by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations. ITAR is managed by the State Dept.'s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), under the close supervision of the Pentagon's Defense Technology Security ...
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