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Recent changes to Peru’s trade regulation regime seek to facilitate trade, improve supply chain security, and to reward companies that generate ‘administrative trust’. Julio Guadalupe reviews..
Indian export controls have traditionally focused on the tangible transfer of controlled goods or software or technology. Recently, however, the government has realised the importance of ITT and has..
A dispute arising from events that took place more than 70 years ago is behind the the Japanese government’s removal of Korea from the so-called list of ‘White Countries’, write Go Hashimoto..
As US federal courts suggest they may be moving towards a ‘presumption against extra-territoriality’, Leigh Hansson and Eli Rymland-Kelly examine the basis for extraterritoriality of..
Global commerce so relies on the US dollar that the currency has become a key weapon in the Trump administration’s foreign policy arsenal. Can this pre-eminent position be challenged, ask Matthew..
A robust framework operates in France for the control of exports of defence items. Raphael Barazza and Nicolas Fribolle describe the French control system, classification, licensing, and penalties,..
Andrew Skinner considers the impact of ‘no deal’ in the Brexit negotiations in so much as that will affect exports – both to and from the UK and EU – of export controlled dual-use items.