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December 14, 2008 

BIS Publishes "Fix-It" Rule Making Technical Corrections to EAR

The Bureau of Industry and Security published a final "fix-it" rule in Monday's Federal Register making a number of clerical and technical changes to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). Among other things, the final rule:

  • Updates addresses, telephone numbers, procedures and a definition;
  • Removes some potentially confusing language regarding de minimis content of foreign made items;
  • Makes a necessary conforming change to one Export Control Classification Number (ECCN 1C202);
  • Restores some header language in Category 5, Part II of the Commerce Control List;
  • Restores ECCN 5B991, which was inadvertently omitted from the Code of Federal Regulations;
  • Revises the authority citation paragraphs for 14 parts of the EAR to include citations to the most recent presidential notices that extend authority for those parts or to remove an outdated citation or both.




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