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Export Controls at Trade Shows Detailed Event Information For Export Controls at Trade Shows
Export Controls at Trade Shows -- Aircraft/Aircraft Parts, Airport/Ground Support Eq., Aviation Services, Defense Industry Eq., Security/Safety Eq.
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Location/Date: Middletown, CT, United States 08/15/2017 - 08/15/2017
Event Summary:
Trade Shows can create a variety of traps for the unwary, from unauthorized transport of demo materials to foreign locations to unauthorized transfer of technical data to foreign trade show visitors and unauthorized interactions with parties subject to U.S. sanctions. Planning ahead is critical to promoting and marketing products compliantly. The Presentation will review how exports can happen at trade shows and what steps companies can take to stay compliant, including what authorizations are available and how to use them.

This presentation will address:

? How exports happen at trade shows

? When authorization is necessary

? Common ITAR and EAR authorizations for trade shows

? Economic sanctions and denied party screening


Contacts:
Melissa Grosso, Middletown
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 860-638-6955
Melissa.Grosso@trade.gov
Anne Evans, Middletown
USEAC Director
Phone: 860-638-6953
Anne.Evans@trade.gov
Debra Denhart, Middletown
Intern
Phone:
Debra.Denhart@trade.gov

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