Import and Export News Briefs
Washington Times reports today on issues holding up confirmation of Undersecretary of Commerce for Industry and Security (BIS).
Compliance with import/export regulations and FCPA among top five corporate compliance challenges in 2010 for technology companies.
Politico reports that the Senate conferees for the pending Iran sanctions legislation have been selected. No word on House conferees yet.
India to press to push for liberalization of U.S. export controls at next week's U.S.-India High Technology Cooperation Group Meeting in Washington, DC.
President Obama issues annual notice advising Congress that the national emergency with respect to Iran will be continued and that comprehensive sanctions against Iran will remain.
Two reports on U.S. citizen Alan Gross who was arrested in Cuba in December 2009 here and here.
In case you missed it, 60 Minutes recently aired a report entitled "Made In The USA" In Iran discussing how U.S. parts and components end up in Iran via third countries.
Washington Post: Obama's ambitious export plan may rekindle free-trade battle.
Compliance Week announces agenda for 5th Annual Conference that will be held in Washington, DC from May 24-26, 2010.
Coalition for Security and Competiveness issues statement welcoming President’s continuing commitment to export control reform.
Census Blog: Make sure your AESDirect company account information is up to date!
Justice Department: Former Haitian Government Official Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Commit Money Laundering in Foreign Bribery Scheme
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