The Government's annual report on Strategic Export Controls for 2007 was published on 18 July 2008. This report includes information on licensing decisions made during 2007 as well as describing UK policy and international developments in export control regimes. This is the Government's 11th report, with the first published in 1997. The report is available on the FCO website. Access the Annual Report 2007. (on FCO website)
A summary of the ECO's progress against defined and agreed licensing and rating performance processing targets. See: Export Licences - UK Government Licensing Performance Statistics 2007
The information within these quarterly reports covers those licences issued, refused or revoked within the designated period for the following categories:
Information in the report is grouped by destination of export.
The data within these reports is between 3 and 6 months old.
These statistics published by ECO outline the refusal percentages and processing times by destination of Standard Individual Export Licences.
The information is presented in 2 parts:
The purpose of the tables is to give exporters a better idea of the likelihood of a licence being refused and of the time, by destination, an application is likely to take.
Export Control Organisation
Updated: July 2008