Export Administration Act of 1979

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Export Administration Act of 1979

Legislation in the United States that gave the president the authority to control exports to other countries when national security and/or short supply demand it. The Act expired in 1994 but its regulations have been renewed by executive order every year since. Since 1990, the Act has not applied to agricultural products under some circumstances.
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as to what a new Export Administration Act should look like.
Just days before, the US Senate passed a new and well-heralded Export Administration Act that further liberalized export controls on a wide variety of goods, increased penalties for violators, and granted the President case-by-case control over export prohibitions.
36) Alternatively, under the Export Administration Act of 1979, (37) the Commerce Department identifies dual-use items and technologies in the Commerce Control List of the Export Administration regulations (38) to control Regime items.
The Export Administration Act of 1969 (EAA) imposes criminal and civil penalties for participation in an unsanctioned boycott and is enforced by the Department of Commerce.
Department of Commerce on export control reform as it impacts dual-use items, as well as with issues pertaining to the implementation of the provisions of the Export Administration Act and the Export Administration Regulations.
In 1990, DeFazio implored the first Bush administration to resolve domestic timber shortages by invoking the Export Administration Act.
The Export Administration Act, which ITAR falls under, expired in 1989, and has not been revised.
Arms Export Control Act and the Export Administration Act.
interests are protected in accordance with the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and the Export Administration Act.
He has been the primary Senate advocate on updating the Export Administration Act (EAA) and on ensuring that U.
It is just this sort of predicament that Congress intended to address in the Export Administration Act by means of temporary export controls and monitoring of exports and contracts for exports.