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Deemed Export Rule

Did you know that just by sharing technology with a co-worker or giving a tour of your facilities, it is possible to export technology? Without ever shipping to a foreign country, it is possible to violate the United States export laws. Export of technology is deemed to have taken place when it is released to a foreign national within the U.S. This little known rule, found in the Export Administration Regulations (the EAR), is called the deemed export rule and can be quite significant for companies that deal with technology that may be controlled for export.

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Dec 14, 2007

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