Export Control List


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Export Control List

A list of dangerous substances that a country subjects to more stringent regulations. Poisons, weapons and goods relating to national security are examples of items that might be included on an export control list.
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For example, the report lists $160,000 in shipments to Egypt of the Export Control List item 2-1.
The small arms export totals were compiled from figures reported for Item 2001 of the Export Control List (ECL) in the Export of Military Goods from Canada: Annual Report for the years 1993 to 2002 (see the Export and Import Control Bureau webpage at http://www.
The government report details the overseas shipment during 2002 of goods making up Group 2 of the Export Control List, that is, goods that are "specially designed or modified for military use.
For each recipient country, the Annual Report provides the value of shipments in each of 19 subcategories of military goods identified on the Export Control List.
Controlled goods are a subcategory of the Export Control List and include the additional strategic goods above.
The annual report on the export of military goods from Canada details the shipment of goods specifically designed or adapted for military use and controlled under Group 2 of the Export Control List (ECL) as defined by Canada's Export and Imports Permit Act.
Annual Report data is compiled from export permits required for shipment of military goods, that is, goods which appear on the Export Control List (ECL) of equipment "specially designed for modified or military use.
Along with other military goods, small arms appear on the Export Control List and require export permits before shipment from Canada to any non-US destination.
The helicopters could be bought by military customers, and they could be used for military operations, but they were not military goods as found on Ottawa's Export Control List (ECL).
Pakistan's Export Control Lists are in harmony with those of the NSG, Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) and Australia Group.
export control lists is a key component of the President s Export Control Reform Initiative.
office of CGWIC) Great Wall Airlines Missile Proliferation: August 15, 2006 (aka Changcheng Hangkong) Executive Order 13382 lifted on December (unspecified transfers 12, 2006 probably to Iran) --China National Weapons Proliferation: December 28, 2006 Electronic Import- for two years Export Company --CATIC [section]3, Iran, North Korea, and Syria Nonproliferation Act --Zibo Chemet (transfers controlled Equipment Company under multilateral export control lists or having the potential to make a material contribution to WMD or cruise or ballistic missiles) --CPMIEC Weapons Proliferation: April 17, 2007 for two years --Shanghai Non- [section]3, Iran, North Ferrous Metals Pudong Korea, and Syria Development Trade Nonproliferation Act Company Ltd.
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