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Lawmakers Hoping to Include Outbound Investment Screening Mechanism in Upcoming NDAA

Although the current congressional proposal for a new outbound investment screening mechanism faces some hurdles, it could be incorporated into the upcoming National Defense Authorization Act. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., said he has concerns with some of the provisions but…Subscribe to Read >>

BIS Completes ‘Backlog’ of MEU-Related Advisory Opinion Requests, Official Says

The Bureau of Industry and Security was “overwhelmed” with advisory opinion requests after issuing its 2020 rules creating military end-user regulations and an MEU list (see 2004270027), said Matt Borman, deputy assistant secretary for export administration, speaking during a Sept…Subscribe to Read >>

BIS Official Calls for More Use of License Exception STA, Detailed Export Applications

More exporters should make use of License Exception STA (Strategic Trade Authorization), which could reduce workload for the government and allow certain exports to move faster, officials from the Commerce and Defense departments said. “Frankly, it's not utilized as much…Subscribe to Read >>

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Disclosure of Is-Informed Letters to US Tech Companies in 'National Interest,' BIS Official Says

A Bureau of Industry and Security official last week confirmed the agency sent letters to specific companies restricting their ability to export certain artificial intelligence-related chips to China, and said more restrictions may be coming. In the agency’s first public…Read More >>

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