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Export Control Organization modifies Egyptian licensing policy

The ECO has reviewed the 47 suspended licenses for exports and shipments to Egypt and is replacing its blanket suspensions with actions predicated on the likelihood that the goods involved would be used in internal repression.

Notice to Exporters 2013/27 contains the results of that review. Half (24) of the licenses are now no longer suspended, while 16 remain suspended and 7 are revoked – all due to the relative likelihood that the shipped items could be used to sustain the current regime's campaign against the Egyptian people.

Link:

Notice to Exporters 2013/27

 

Categories: Egypt Sanctions Export Control UK Updates

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