There should be no question in the mind of any exporter about the government's intention to enforce applicable legislation and regulations. the penalties imposed by export laws and regulations are severe. Violations often lead to heavy fines and, in serious cases, to debarment from contracting with the U.S. Government, and possibly imprisonment. Additionally, the privilege of exporting can be withdrawn from firms or individuals who have violated the regulations, either for specified periods or indefinitely. Ample resources are devoted by the government to the detection and prosecution of violators. the Departments of Defense, Commerce, Homeland Security, Justice, and the several intelligence agencies cooperate in this endeavor. Knowing and willful violations receive, of course, the heaviest sanctions, but unintentional violations are by no means exempt from penalties. Parties to an export transaction are expected to know and comply with the regulations. United States Export Controls, Sixth Edition provides a reference to which exporters, and those who work closely with them, can refer in their daily business operations in order to comply with the myriad export rules and regulations. Thorough knowledge of the regulations is essential in finding practical solutions to export licensing problems related to specific transactions, in formulating export marketing plans to minimize the impact of controls, and in the organizing company resources to deal correctly and efficiently with both the legal requirements and the day-to-day operational demands of the export control regulations.United States Export Controls, Sixth Edition provides a reference to which exporters, and those who work closely with them, can refer in their daily business operations in order to comply with the myriad export rules and regulations.
|Title||:||United States Export Controls|
|Author||:||John R. Liebman, Roszel C. Thomsen, II, James E. Bartlett, III|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 2011-11-22|