Commerce Department\u2019s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) Proposes Unilateral Controls on Exports of Four Naturally Occurring Marine Toxins for Public Comment

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Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) Proposes Unilateral Controls on Exports of Four Naturally Occurring Marine Toxins for Public Comment

Posted By Baltimore citywire     Jun 29    

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Today, the Commerce Department’s Bureau of trade and Security (BIS) issued a rule proposing unilateral controls on exports of 4 present marine toxins, the synthesis and assortment of that BIS has known for analysis as concerning rising and foundational technologies essential to the national security of the us below Section 1758 of the Export management Reform Act (ECRA) of 2018.


“Today’s rule reflects the Bureau of trade and Security’s commitment to the general assembly mandate to spot and implement acceptable controls on technologies essential to our national security,” aforesaid below Secretary of Commerce for trade and Security Alan Estevez.

“Accordingly, this rule proposes controls on marine toxins so as to limit their proliferation for activities contrary to our national security and policy interests, whereas making certain legitimate industrial or scientific applications.”

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