The Export Practitioner is the only monthly magazine devoted exclusively to news and analysis of U.S. export controls and trade sanctions.

Since 1987, The Export Practitioner has provided readers with expert reports on changes to U.S. export licensing rules, enforcement policies and regulations for defense and dual-use products and technology.

June 2016

Features

Congress Looks for Loopholes in Iran Deal Implementation
Since "Implementation Day" of the Iran nuclear deal five months ago, members of Congress from both sides of the aisle have held numerous hearings...
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Focus on Enforcement

Canadian Man Sent to Prison for Violating Iran Sanctions
A Canadian-Iranian dual citizen who lives in Canada was sentenced to three years in prison for conspiracy to violate Iran sanctions between 2009...
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Miami Exporters Sentenced for Defrauding Ex-Im Bank
Isabel C. Sanchez, who owned Miami export company Ex-Im of America, Inc., and her husband Gustavo Giral were sentenced to prison May 13, 2016, in...
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Miami Wholesaler Settles BIS Charges of Camera Exports
Miami-based Unisol International agreed May 24, 2016, to pay the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) $250,000 to settle five charges of acting...
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N.J. Exec to Plead Guilty to False Statements in Exports
The vice president of a N.J. logistics firm agreed to enter a guilty plea May 17, 2016, on charges of conspiracy to provide false statements in...
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New Zealand Man Indicted for Attempting Export to China
A federal indictment against New Zealand resident and Fijian national William Ali was unsealed May 17, 2016, in Seattle U.S. District Court on...
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Export Controls

DDTC Loosens Restrictions on RMI-Related Exports
Almost two years after the company requested it, State's Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) May 9, 2016, allowed Rocky Mountain...
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NASA Needs to Do More to Protect Technology, IG Says
Two years later, NASA has not fully implemented the recommendations of the Government Accountability Office (GAO), due in part to "a lack of...
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Trade Sanctions

Obama Administration Eases Some Sanctions on Burma
Just six months after the country held successful elections in November 2015, the Obama administration May 17, 2016, loosened some sanctions...
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Policy Briefs

During Visit, Obama Lifts Vietnam Arms Embargo
As many expected, President Obama in Hanoi May 23 announced a lifting of the 50-year-old arms embargo on Vietnam, replacing it with a case-by-case...
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End Notes

END NOTES
LIBERIA : State's Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) will review applications for ITAR licenses to export or temporarily import defense...
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