The U.S. Homeland Security Department’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has assigned 300 agents to a counterproliferation unit that enforces laws governing export of military equipment and controlled dual-use goods having both commercial and military value, and any export to embargoed countries or terrorist groups. The heightened scrutiny comes amid growing government assertiveness in the waning weeks of the Bush administration in both curbing export violations and ...
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