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UK publishes new open licence to cover transfers to EU countries in a no deal scenario

With the prospect of a no deal Brexit still on the table, and an exit date of 29 March 2019 creeping ever closer, the UK has taken an important step to allow a relatively smooth transition for companies exporting dual-use goods from the UK to other destinations in Europe.

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EU to Amend Union General Export Authorization in the Event of a No Deal Brexit

From time to time, a tiny flash illuminates the sombre Brexit front. One such flash is the proposal by the EU Commission to add the UK to the list of destinations covered by the Union General Export Authorization (EU001) for dual-use goods if there is a no deal Brexit on 29 March 2019. This move may prove significant as it…

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EU Commission issues notice to stakeholders on impact of Brexit

On 25 January 2018, the EU Commission issued a notice regarding the impact of Brexit on future movements of controlled goods. By Olivier Coulon, 26 January 2018 In its notice, the EU Commission recalls that, unless an agreement would provide for another date, the United Kingdom shall be treated as a third country as from 30 March 2019. The impact…

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Brexit : what now ?

The referendum held on the 23th of June 2016 and the decision of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union will have an important impact on trade and compliance in the next few years. The European industry already dealing with complicated sanctions regimes and export controls rules will now also have to cope with relative uncertainty as regards the…

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