An informal arrangement which aims to allow exporting or transshipping countries to minimize the risk of assisting chemical and biological weapon (CBW) proliferation.
The Bureau of Industry and Security controls exports for national security, foreign policy, and short supply reasons. It administers the Export Administration Act by developing export control policies, issuing export licenses, and prosecuting violators.
The Center for International Development at Harvard's listing of specialized resources for Trade Facilitation with links to research papers and links.
US Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations about the import and export of nuclear materials to and from the US.
Information about US Department of Commerce export controls.
Group of forty-four countries devoted to controls of nuclear-related exports.
Office of the US Department of State that monitors sales of military products.
Up-to-date listing of the rules covering each restricted country, access to lists of individuals and firms who are legally denied export parties, and the complete U.S. Foreign Assets Control Regulations for Exporters and Importers.
Forum for the exchange of information related to export and import licensing. SIA interests cover the entire spectrum of licensing issues pertaining to the Departments of Commerce, Defense, State and Treasury.
Exporting Medical Devices - Comprehensive Regulatory Assistance
A treaty with a membership of thirty-four countries whose objective is to prevent the development or enhancement of military capabilities that could undermine regional security and stability.