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Guidance: Open general trade control licence (category C goods)

Guidance: Open general trade control licence (category C goods)

Licence for the transfer of ‘category C’ military goods to and from specified countries.

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Guidance: Open general export licence (dual use items: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)

Guidance: Open general export licence (dual use items: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)

Licence allowing the export, for non-military use, of certain dual-use items to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

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Guidance: Open general export licence (dual use items: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)

Guidance: Open general export licence (dual use items: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)

Licence allowing the export, for non-military use, of certain dual-use items to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

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Guidance: Open general transhipment licence (dual use goods: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)

Guidance: Open general transhipment licence (dual use goods: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)

Licence allowing transit and re-export of goods to any destination in Hong Kong SAR.

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Notice: Notice to exporters 2019/14: 3 open general licences updated

Notice: Notice to exporters 2019/14: 3 open general licences updated

The Department for International Trade has amended 3 open licences with respect to exports to Hong Kong.

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Guidance: Export control training bulletin

Guidance: Export control training bulletin

Courses, seminars and workshops to help exporters understand their obligations under export control legislation.

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Sanctions relief paves the way for developing UK trade relationship with Iran

Sanctions relief paves the way for developing UK trade relationship with Iran

Iran has received extensive economic and financial sanctions relief as a result of meeting its obligations under the nuclear deal agreed on 14 July 2015, meaning the country is now able to trade more freely.

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