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Europe, trade and export control

  • BIS European work

    23 Oct 2012

    BIS leads on many European policy areas that contribute to the Government’s commitment to play a strong and positive role with our EU partners, with the goal of ensuring that all the nations of Europe are equipped to face the challenges of the 21st century: in particular, global competitiveness, global warming and global poverty

  • Export Control Organisation

    17 Oct 2012

    Any item exported from the UK that is subject to export control needs a licence. The Export Control Organisation is responsible for assessing and issuing (or refusing) export licences for a wide range of controlled so called “strategic” goods. This includes military and dual-use items.

  • Trade policy

    26 Nov 2012

    There have been three key successes on international trade in June 2012 - to find out more visit the Trade Policy News page by using the link on the right.


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