U.S. Export Reform Overhaul Kicks In, But Benefits Delayed

EXPORT RULES: The massive overhaul of the government’s export control system took effect Oct. 15, shifting items in key aerospace categories for aircraft and gas turbine engines to a new list of munitions controlled by the Commerce Department. The change is aimed at easing trade between the U.S. and...

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