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December 11, 2009 

National Association of Manufacturers Outlines Export Control Reform Recommendations

The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) yesterday sent a letter to National Security Advisor General James Jones and National Economic Advisor Lawrence Summers outlining the following eight recommendations for the President’s pending review of U.S. export controls:

1. Improving the Licensing System and Increasing Transparency
2. Providing Greater Assessments of Foreign Availability
3. Reviewing and Restructuring Encryption Rules and Policy
4. Conducting a Systematic Review of the Commerce Control List
5. Promoting Greater Multilateral Cooperation with our Friends and Allies
6. Enhancing the Commerce Department’s Role in the Commodity Jurisdiction Process
7. Improving Outreach Cooperation on Enforcement
8. Improving Outreach to and Resources for Small and Medium-sized Manufacturers

The detailed version of the NAM export control reform recommendations can be found here.




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