Switzerland to amend its military export controls

Switzerland has decided to introduce revisions to its Goods Control Act, which regulates the export of dual-use, military, and strategic goods, from 1 July 2016. Among other changes, licence exceptions based on low value will be completely removed, goods caught under the catch-all clause will require an export licence as opposed to simply having a reporting requirement, and any brokering...

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