In previous posts I have written about the importance of proper commodity classification and how to determine ECCN. The next step in export compliance is checking for license requirements based on country of ultimate destination. Here is some info from the BIS website. Don’t automatically assume NLR No License Required is accurate for your exports.
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The country of ultimate destination is a key factor in determining license requirements administered by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) pursuant to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). BIS maintains the Commerce Country Chart to use in conjunction with other portions of the EAR to determine whether a license is required. Please review Part 732 of the EAR for additional information on how to use the EAR, including the Commerce Country Chart.