In: September 2014


BIS Proposes to scrap the Comprehensive Export License (Part 752 of the EAR)

In today’s Federal Register (Tuesday, September 30th) the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) issued a…


BIS imposes the “China Military End Use Rule” for Exports to Russia

In the ongoing ratcheting up of economic sanctions against the Putin regime it was announced in today’s Federal Register…


Is there such a thing as a $0 value transaction? The case of $1 making a 45 day difference in processing a BIS export license!

This week, here at TSI Global Consulting, we have been working on a BIS export license…

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