Federal Register Notices 2015

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Published 2015

Rules published in other years: 2014 | 2013 | 2012 |  2011 

Publication Date Federal Register Citation Title of Federal Register
1/23/15 80 FR 3463 U.S.-India Bilateral Understanding: Additional Revisions to the U. S. Export and Reexport Controls Under the Export Administration Regulations
1/16/15 80 FR 2286 BIS Cuba Rule as printed in FR 2015-00590

 

80 FR 3463
1/23/15

U.S.-India Bilateral Understanding: Additional Revisions to the U. S. Export and Reexport Controls Under the Export Administration Regulations
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In this rule, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) amends the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) to further implement the bilateral understanding between the United States and India announced by President Obama and India's Prime Minister Singh on November 8, 2010. On January 25, 2011, BIS published the first rule in a series of rules to implement the bilateral understanding between the two countries. These rules fulfill the President's and Prime Minister's commitment to work together to strengthen the global nonproliferation and export control framework and further transform our bilateral export control cooperation to realize the full potential of the strategic partnership between the two countries. Specifically, in this rule, to further implement the November 8, 2010 bilateral understanding, BIS removes license requirements for certain items controlled for crime control and regional stability reasons to India. BIS also makes conforming changes in this rule. 

 


 

80 FR 2286
1/16/15

BIS Cuba Rule as printed in FR 2015-00590
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PDF Format OFAC Rule

This rule revises License Exception GFT to remove the license requirement for consolidated shipments of gift parcels that would not require a license if shipped separately. It makes commercial sales of certain consumer communications devices eligible for License Exception by removing the donation requirement from that license exception. It creates a new License Exception – Support for the Cuban People (SCP) that authorizes certain exports and reexports to improve living conditions, promote independent economic activity, strengthen civil society and improve the free flow of information to, from and among the Cuban people. Lastly this rule revises licensing policy to provide case by case consideration for items for environmental protection of U.S. and international air quality, waters and coastlines. This rule was published simultaneously with a Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control.This rule will add to the Commerce Control List certain energetic materials, personal protective equipment, shelters, military training equipment, articles related to launch vehicles, missiles,rockets, military explosives, and related items that the President has determined no longer warrant control on the United States Munitions List (USML). The rule was published simultaneously with a Department of State rule that will revise the categories on the USML that currently cover these items. Both rules will become effective on July 1, 2014.

 


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