A recast EU Export Control Law is likely to enter into force this autumn. Our educational webinar prepares you for the changes. Watch the intro for free here.
EU export controls are designed to protect national security and stop the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, but they don’t only cover physical products. Sharing certain sensitive technology or software may also require authorisation and an export licence.
You don’t have to be manufacturing nuclear centrifuges for export to North Korea to violate EU export controls. You could be producing products with EU origin content that may seem harmless enough but could be used in unintended and malign ways.
The rules of the game are about to change. We have created a webinar detailing all the changes that will occur when the new EU Dual-Use law enters into force.
Watch the intro here for free.
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