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The Bureau of Industry and Security this week eliminated some license requirements for exports of certain cameras, systems and related components, which the agency said will help U.S. exporters better compete with foreign firms and reduce licensing burdens. The final rule, released Feb. 22, also introduces a new control for certain high-speed cameras that BIS said pose proliferation risks.Read More >>

Canadian exporters are increasingly seeing delays when applying for and receiving export permits, especially for shipments to Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, said John Boscariol, a trade lawyer with McCarthy Tétrault. Boscariol, speaking during a virtual event this week hosted by the American Bar Association, said none of those countries are “prohibited destinations” under Canadian export regulations, but the government has still been taking “extra time” in evaluating permits.Read More >>

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