2 edition of Canadian controls on the export of arms and strategic goods. found in the catalog.
Canadian controls on the export of arms and strategic goods.
Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security.
by Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security in Ottawa
Written in English
|Series||Background paper (Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security) -- no.37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. --|
Coming in - New version of the Strategic Export Controls Portal and Programme. Welcome to provides online training and assessment on Strategic Export Controls for the UK defence industry to support responsible exporting and demonstrate your commitment to compliance. The programmes have been . This would seem to acknowledge the principle that controls should be applied to the re-export of strategic goods sourced from the UK. However, the proposed condition is of extremely limited scope and likely impact given that UK concerns about the appropriateness of arms transfers extends, rightly, far beyond embargoed destinations.
Export and Import Permits Act (EIPA), Export Control List (ECL), and Area Control List (ACL) Compliance; Export Control Permit Process / General Export Permit (GEP) Controlled Goods Program (CGP) U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and the Canadian Exemption; Special Export Measures. The export of defence equipment, goods for dual use, and strategic goods is regulated by the Export Control Act. Export control means that you cannot export certain goods, technologies, or services without having an export licence issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This applies to defence equipment listed in List I.
Export Control Act Export Control Order EU Code of Conduct on the export of arms The dual use controls – EC and UK Regulations The US International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) current LEVEL 2 STRATEGIC EXPORT CONTROLS An online training programme with. This page explains briefly how export controls operate and how traders, sellers, agents or brokers can apply for a licence to export strategic goods. Brief overview of export controls. The chief task of the ECJU is to process applications for licences to export strategic goods, software and technology from the UK.
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Learn about export controls and other restrictions on the export of goods from Canada including food, plant and animal products, as well as cultural property, nuclear substances, military and strategic goods, softwood lumber, firearms and more. Canadian Arms Sales are governed by the country's Export and Imports Permits with the United States are also specifically regulated by the Defence Production Sharing Arrangement.
As ofthe largest Canadian-owned arms-exporters were Canadian Aviation Electronics, the 61st-largest defence corporation in the world, and DY4, the 94th-largest.
D Canadian Export Controls on U.S.-Origin Goods and Technology. Export controls are generally defined with respect to technical characteristics, irrespective of the country of manufacture of an item.
However, Export Control List Item controls exports of. Canada prohibits the export of military goods and technology to a number of countries under the authority of the Export and Import Permits Act, the United Nations Act, and the Special Economic Measures Act, as well, Canada maintains an Area Control List, which currently includes two countries: Belarus and North Korea, all goods and technology.
Export controls on strategic goods and services Military goods (such as guns) and dual-use goods (such as night vision devices and certain chemicals) can pose a threat to security. Companies that trade in such goods must therefore comply with strict rules.
The Export Control List, which is included in A Guide to Canada's Export Controls, identifies specific goods and technology that are controlled for export from Canada to other countries.
The Export Control List is divided into the following seven Groups: Group 1: Dual-Use List. Group 2: Munitions List. Group 3: Nuclear Non-Proliferation List. The United States imposes export controls to protect national security interests and promote foreign policy objectives.
The United States also participates in various multilateral export control regimes to prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and prevent destabilizing accumulations of conventional weapons and related material.
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The reports below discuss the instruments, procedures and underlying principles of Dutch arms export policy within a certain year. Export regulations Small arms exports are controlled through the Export and Import Permits Act (EIPA) administered by Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs.
Along with other military goods, small arms appear on the Export Control List and require export permits before shipment from Canada to any non-US destination.
The Strategic Goods Control List is found in The Schedule to the Strategic Goods (Control) Order It includes items from the four multilateral export control regimes – Australia Group, Missile Technology Control Regime, Nuclear Suppliers Group and Wassenaar Arrangement.
The Schedule consists of two parts, each split into two divisions. New Zealand's system of export controls on strategic goods (our export control regime), is designed to ensure that such trades are consistent with our wider foreign, strategic and security policy. The system is an essential element of our non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament policies, and of our commitment to being a responsible.
Controlled goods: Examining, possessing or transferring. Individuals and organizations need to register in the Controlled Goods Program to examine, possess or transfer controlled goods in Canada. Find out how to comply with controlled goods regulations in Canada.
Archived - Export of substances on the Export Control List forpursuant to section of Canadian Environmental Protection Act, Archived - Export of substances on the Export Control List forpursuant to section of Canadian Environmental Protection Act, Archived - Export of substances on the Export Control List for.
The Controlled Goods Program is managed by Public Services and Procurement Canada and carries out regulatory duties specified under the Controlled Goods Regulations. The program assists companies in achieving and maintaining compliance with the requirements in safeguarding controlled goods in Canada and supporting Canada’s export control regime.
Canadian Defence Export Control is looked upon, by many Canadian defence-manufacturing facilities, for regulating the export of defence and strategic goods and technologies.
These goods and technologies include: Military items designed or adapted for military purposes or those that are inherently lethal, incapacitating or destructive; and. More information about Canada’s export controls, including the publication A Guide to Canada’s Export Controls, which contains the.
Export Control List, can be found on the Internet at 3. More information about economic sanctions imposed by Canada, including arms embargoes against a number of countries, can be. The murky world of Canada’s arms manufacturing The $billion Saudi deal may be Canada’s biggest but it is certainly not the first.
As Canada’s long history as an arms exporter shows, many deals are not on the books and fly in the. (DFAIT) has published an annual report on the Export of Military Goods from Canada each year since Few other countries, as yet, provide this level of detail. The international control regime that concerns itself with conventional arms and dual-use goods and technologies is the Wassenaar Arrangement, which Canada helped establish in The newspaper headlines are full of warnings of weapons of mass destruction, nuclear weapons, chemical weapons, and potential wars.
In this environment, the Export and Import Controls Bureau (EICB) of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade is likely to exercise renewed caution as it does not want the headlines to state the Canadian technology and. My Conclusions Most of the following quotes are from "A Guide to Canada's Export Controls, April ".The forward does a good job of explaining the laws and procedures, and the regulations themselves are surprisingly readable, particularly when compared with the U.S.
International Traffic in Arms Regulations ().I have been told that the booklet is used internationally as a. Canadian Controls on U.S.-Origin Goods and Technology (cont’d) • available GEP No.
12 permits export of U.S.-origin goods and technology to all destinations except Belarus, Myanmar, Cuba, North Korea, Iran and Syria •no written DFAIT policy for granting permits for export of U.S.-origin goods or technology to these countries.
Export military or dual use goods, services or technology: special rules to determine if your goods are on the UK strategic export Author: Department For International Trade.Though once a relatively esoteric area of legal practice, controls over the export of goods, technology, and services now represent a basic element of corporate compliance whether your client is involved in import/export activity, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, licensing agreements, distribution contracts, or banking and finance Price: $