E-Editions

Volume 22, No. 47 -- December 2, 2002

12/2/2002
In This Issue: * Space-Qualified Rules Poised to Capture Commercial Semiconductors * Defense Trade Review May Do Little to Help Licensing * State Official Claims Licensing Process Is …

Volume 22, No. 46 -- November 25, 2002

11/25/2002
In This Issue: * White House Launches Review of Defense Trade Controls * U.S. to Call for Major Cut in Global Tariffs in Doha Round * Customs Investigating $500 Million In-Bond Fraud …

Volume 22, No. 45 -- November 18, 2002

11/18/2002
In This Issue: * Proposal at Wassenaar Could Double Night Vision Licenses * U.S. Will Lose More International Trade Panel Cases, Official Warns * ITA Says Vietnam Is Still Nonmarket …

Volume 22, No. 44 -- November 11, 2002

11/11/2002
In This Issue: * Judges Question Confidentiality of Export License Information * BIS Seeks to Impose Liability on Firms That Acquire Exporters * Election Boosts Bush Administration …

Volume 22, No. 43 -- November 4, 2002

11/4/2002
In This Issue: * Compaq Fined For DEC's Export Control Violations * U.S. Won't Appeal WTO Ruling on Softwood Lumber * Customs Issues Final 24-In-Advance Rule for Cargo Manifests * …

Volume 22, No. 42 -- October 28, 2002

10/28/2002
In This Issue: * Little Progress Made With Chinese on Post-Shipment Inspections * Export Licensing Remains Slow For Sensitive Destinations * Fight Likely to Delay WTO TRIPS Deal on …

Volume 22, No. 41 -- October 21, 2002

10/21/2002
WASHINGTON TARIFF & TRADE LETTER Vol. 22, No. …

Volume 22, No. 41 -- October 21, 2002

10/21/2002
In this Issue: * BIS Can Do Little to Fight Grassroots Boycott of Israel; * New Visa Policy Blocking Entry of Foreign Customers to U.S.; * U.S. Wants to Link Market Access And Trade …

Volume 22, No. 40 -- October 14, 2002

10/14/2002
In This Issue: * White House Takes Risky Approach to EAA Legislation * BIS Fighting Defense Over License Exception Restrictions * U.S. Industry Opposes Formula Approach to …

Volume 22, No. 39 -- October 7, 2002

10/7/2002
This Week: * Washington preparing concept paper for WTO talks on trade rules * U.S. firms in Vietnam support its market-economy designation * U.S.-Chile FTA negotiators review new proposals * …

Volume 22, No. 38 -- September 30, 2002

9/30/2002
BIS REVOKES LICENSE EXCEPTIONS FOR "SPACE QUALIFIED" EXPORTS As part of a deal to settle a three-year jurisdiction dispute with State over "space qualified" equipment and …

Volume 22, No. 37 -- September 23, 2002

9/23/2002
EXPORTERS VOICE CONCERNS ABOUT UNVERIFIED END-USER LIST Exporters aren't being comforted by Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) assertions that its new "unverified list" of end-users …

Volume 22, No. 36 -- September 16, 2002

9/16/2002
INDUSTRY FAILS TO JUSTIFY CHANGE IN TECHNOLOGY CONTROLS Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) staffers are disappointed with the failure of industry to provide the information they were …

Volume 22, No. 35 -- September 9, 2002

9/9/2002
WTO'S SUPACHAI WILL SEEK BUSINESS CODES OF CONDUCT New World Trade Organization (WTO) Director General Supachai Panitchpakdi wants to establish a private-sector Business Advisory Group, …

Volume 22, No. 34 -- September 2, 2002

9/2/2002
BUSH ADMINISTRATION CAUTIOUS ABOUT NEW CHINESE EXPORT RULES Don't look for quick resumption of U.S. satellite sales to China just because Beijing has issued rules to restrict …

Volume 22, No. 33 -- August 19, 2002

8/19/2002
DEFENSE STAFF CLAIM THEY MEET EXPORT LICENSING DEADLINES Internal policy problems that caused licensing delays for night vision products at the Defense Technology …

Volume 22, No. 32 -- August 12, 2002

8/12/2002
JOHNS HOPKINS PAYS ANTIBOYCOTT FINE FOR NOT HIRING JEWISH WOMEN Johns Hopkins University's Health Systems (JHHS) has agreed to pay a $10,000 civil fine to settle Bureau of Industry and …

Volume 22, No. 31 -- August 5, 2002

8/5/2002
APPROVAL OF FAST TRACK PUTS PRESSURE ON TRADE TALKS U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Zoellick won't have the lack of fast-track negotiating authority to blame anymore for lack of …