International Trade Today’s Export Compliance Daily combines detailed reporting on U.S. export controls, regulation and policy with wide-ranging coverage of the evolving border requirements of major U.S. trading partners. Its mission is to help reduce the risks and liabilities confronting trade professionals by providing timely, relevant information as they work to comply with rapidly changing US export control and foreign importation requirements.
Export Compliance Daily includes in-depth information on: changes to AES filing requirements; U.S. export controls under the BIS Export Administration Regulations; the State Department’s International Traffic in Arms Regulations; and sanctions administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control. It also keeps export compliance professionals up-to-date on court decisions and enforcement trends involving exports, pending legislation in Congress, as well as the increasing role of PGAs in export regulation.
Internationally, Export Compliance Daily reports on relevant customs clearance and regulatory requirements in the Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe and Africa, with an emphasis on major U.S. trading partners including China, Canada, Mexico and the European Union. Additionally, Export Compliance Daily provides forward-looking reports on how these turbulent times affect the export environment, including coverage of new tariffs, trade barriers, sanctions and negotiations, and how these fluctuations impact exporters.