Export License

Export License

Permission from the exporter's government to export specific merchandise to a particular country.

Export License

A license that a government issues to an exporter granting permission to sell certain goods to a given country. Because countries have different trade agreements with other governments, and sometimes do not allow any trade with some nations, export licenses ensure that exporters are adhering to all applicable laws.
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I write directly to you as I am aware that you hold our company and its products in very high regard and hope that you could possibly oversee the revisiting of the Export License, with a view to consulting with SMD senior staff to try and overcome the difficulties, which I am led to believe are not impassable with some careful negotiation and technical changes.
org/) AP said China's Ministry of Commerce recently issued a new set of guidelines for 2015 which stated that "rare earths will require an export license but the amount that can be sold abroad will no longer be covered by a quota.
Commerce should (1) assess issuance of specialty occupation visas covered by deemed export license applications and (2) report to Congress on how it will implement prior deemed export recommendations as part of the export control reform process.
The rental of Russian planes is an alternative solution in case the US administration doesn't provide the export license for 14 Airbus planes.
are joint owners of the Nikiski LNG terminal, exporting Cook Inlet gas to Japan under a federal export license due to expire in 2009.
Getting an export license for a technologically sensitive item is still a nightmare, particularly to China.
The study said that at least two government contractors and a university granted foreign nationals access to unclassified export-controlled technology without an export license or other authorized approval or exemption.
There has been speculation that this may be so the owner can concentrate on winning an export license for the Clive of India treasures sold in April--although an auction-house source told APOLLO that it would be difficult in the current political climate for a museum to claim such Indian heritage as truly British.
The overall number of permanent export license applications submitted under Section 38 in Fiscal Year 2003 was approximately 35,000.
The granting of an export license may be deferred, normally for not more than three months, in order to give a national institution the chance to raise funds to purchase the material at the price that it fetched when sold for export.
The Coqui Hawaiian Integration and Reeducation Project (CHIRP) is applying for an export license for coquies.
And sitting in the middle of it all is the Defense Department, which reviews just about every strategic export license application received by the U.

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