What are Export Administration Regulations (EAR)?

Export Administration Regulations Definition

The Export Administration Regulations, otherwise called EAR is one of two US laws dealing with export control that typically affect the sales, distribution, and manufacturing of technology product. EAR compliance means a company must adhere to various regulations that were created by the United States Department of Commerce. EAR and ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) are similar, where ITAR is geared for defense services and articles, while EAR is more for commercial products or products.

What are Export Administration Regulations

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