Export License

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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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Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Commerce and Investment (MOCI) issued five cement export licenses and one for steel exports, according to a report by Al-Eqtisadiah newspaper.
The Treasury issued export licenses to both Airbus and Bowing on September 21.
To export rare earths, enterprises shall apply to the designated issuing agency for export licenses and make export declaration at the specified port, which aims to maintain the normal order of operation," MOFCOM said.
Applications for export licenses for future deliveries will be made as the specifications and end users are established.
Export licenses have been granted to 130 British suppliers of equipment, and the government said contracts will be individually examined to guarantee "internal repression or the provocation of conflict" is not the aim of the purchase by Israel, reported The Guardian.
However there are still certain problems, not associated to the export licenses and the present headache is when the launches might take place.
He is also expected to discuss the decision taken by European Union in August to suspend export licenses to Egypt following the violent dispersal of two sit-ins supporting former President Mohamed Morsi.
Summary: The British government is being asked to explain why it granted export licenses for the sale of chemicals to Syria which can be used in the production of nerve gases, after the civil war was well underway.
MADRID, Aug 28 (KUNA) -- Spain suspended Wednesday all military export licenses to Egypt, including military aircraft, which account for over 90 percent of Spanish sales to that country.
Elbit Systems Elbit Systems' Subsidiary Files an Approximately $74 Million Lawsuit for Damages and Expenses in Connection With the Cancellation of Export Licenses for Project of a Foreign Customer.
05 million specialty occupation visas in high-technology fields to foreign nationals from 13 countries of concern to work in the United States, while Commerce issued deemed export licenses authorizing transfers of technology to about 3,200 foreign nationals from these countries.
The company admitted exporting six shipments between June 2000 and March 2001, including parts for F-4 Phantom fighters, F-5 Phantom/Tiger fighters and Hawk missiles, without the required State Department export licenses, according to the government.

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