Center for International Trade and Security to Hold Export Control Academy
The University of Georgia's Center for International Trade and Security (CITS) has announced that the Spring 2008 sessions of its Export Control Academy will take place from March 31-April 4 and April 7-11, 2008
The Academy provides a comprehensive overview of export control concepts, issues and standards from an international perspective. According to the CITS, unlike other export control programs that focus exclusively on the U.S. or one particular country’s export control regulations, the CITS Academy offers a comparative perspective that allows participants to understand the range of “how to” options or tools available to them for implementing export controls.
For more information on the Academy, including registration information and a draft agenda, click here.
Labels: Export Controls