On 4 August, an article from Braumiller Law Group is concerned with a caution about licence exemptions for Australia and the UK contained in the US International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). It explains that an ITAR licence exemption means that the exporter does not need a license or agreement to export or temporarily import defence articles or defence services – but warns that anyone anticipating using such an exemption must meet all the requirements for the exemption. Exporters that cannot meet all these requirements cannot use the exemption.
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