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"Notices to Exporters" is an email notification service provided by the Export Control Organisation.
The notices provide updates on legislation and sanctions, notification of Open General Licence revocations and other export control related issues. We issue approximately 30 notices annually about legislative updates and other changes.
To automatically receive any new Notices when issued, you can choose to subscribe in various ways. Find out more about how to subscribe via email. Alternatively subscribe via either the ECO's RSS or Twitter feeds.
This provides a listing of all current published Notices in grouped by subject and then in date order (latest first).
You can read details of export control offences on our pages on Export Control Prosecutions Notices and Compound Penalty Cases.
The ECO also publishes newsletters which update exporters about export control licensing, compliance and enforcement issues and advertising the ECO's training and awareness programme. You can download the latest versions here:
This is a list of entities or organisations in Iran which is made publically available to exporters by the ECO It is intended to help you judge which exports might potentially be of concern on End-Use Control grounds, based on previous licensing decisions.
For further details about exporting to Iran, see the published information on Current Arms Embargoes on the export control pages of the Businesslink website.
The ECO periodically archives Notices that are out of date due to subsequent legislative or licence amendments.
Access Archived Notices published in 2009 and 2010. You can also access copies of any archived Notices either via the UK Government Web Archive provided by the National Archives or by contacting the ECO Helpline (see details of how to Contact the Export Control Organisation).
Export Control Organisation
Updated: 1 March 2012
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