What is Export Administration Regulations?

Export Administration Regulations Definition

EAR (Export Administration Regulations) is one of two U.S. laws dealing with export controls that affect the sales, distribution, and manufacturing of technology products. EAR governs controls on the export of commercial goods, software, and technology, including “dual-use” items that can be used both for commercial and military purposes. EAR compliance requires a company to adhere to various regulations that are enforced by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).

What is a EAR Compliance

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