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June 25, 2008 

Center for International Trade and Security to Present Next Session of Export Control Academy in August 2008

The University of Georgia's Center for International Trade and Security (CITS) will be presenting the next session of its well known Export Control Academy in August 2008.

The Export Control Academy, which provides a comprehensive overview of export control concepts, issues and standards from an international perspective, consists of two week-long sessions. The first week covers Export Control Policy and Regimes and the second week covers Export Licensing and Enforcement.

The following links provide information on the Summer 2008 session of the Export Control Academy: agenda, course curriculum, registration, schedule, logistics.

The Fall 2008 session of the Export Control Academy will take place from November 10-22.

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