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U.S. National Security Export Controls/Product-Specific: Nuclear & Missile Technologies
What are guidelines for preparing export license applications for nuclear and missile technology items
What kind of documentation or information is required in support of a license application for an item subject to missile technology export controls or when the item to be exported will be used in a missile project or program?
What special conditions may be placed on a license to export a missile technology controlled item?
Why does my export require government-to-government assurances (i.e., Missile Technology Assurances) before my license is approved and issued?
I am a manufacturer of inertial navigation systems (INS) that are MTCR-controlled. We often get calls from airlines for replacement of broken bench stock spares or INS units in permanent service. Are there any license exceptions that I can use?
I heard that there is a prohibition on sending missile technology controlled items to China. Is this true?
I want to export EAR99 items for use in a short-range missile. I assume this is considered a missile activity. How do I know if a license is required?
What is the Missile Technology Control Regime and what does it do?
What is this 'no undercut' policy we always hear about?
How does EPCI affect exports of items for missile-related activities?
We recently received an offer to supply a gear making machine (ECCN 2B993) to a tank and cannon factory in China. My boss told me to apply for a license because of EPCI. Is this an EPCI activity?
I am a distributor of college textbooks. I often get requests from foreign customers for engineering textbooks containing information on missile technology. Should I be worried about EPCI?
My firm recently had an export license for a machine tool denied. The reason for denial was missile-related. This item isn't even controlled for missile reasons. What's going on?
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