The Aerospace Industries Association hopes to derail a U.S. Commerce Department proposal that would end a licensing exemption for American exports of dual-use missile technology to Canada, an AIA official said Jan. 30. Christopher Lombardi, manager of international affairs at AIA, told the DAILY that he is writing a letter to the Commerce Department's Bureau of Export Administration (BXA) expressing industry opposition to the proposal. BXA, which regulates dual-use exports, or ...

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