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Next steps in export control

Last month the Defense Department released the final version of the so-called “Section 1248? report describing the national security implications of moving satellites and related components off the US Munitions List (USML) and thus out of the restrictive jurisdiction of ITAR. The report found that most items can, in fact, be moved off the USML [...]
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