Military goods (such as guns) and dual-use goods (such as night vision devices and certain chemicals) can pose a threat to security. Companies that trade in such goods must therefore comply with strict rules. The same applies to companies that provide technical advice or export certain types of software.
Export controls on strategic goods and services
This issue contains 4 sections.
All about Export controls on strategic goods and services
- Control policy for strategic goods and services
- Production and export controls on chemical substances
- Laws and rules on the export of strategic goods
Questions and answers
- When do I need an export licence for military goods?
- When do I need a transit licence for military goods?
- Do I need a licence to export dual-use goods?
- How can I obtain an export licence for strategic goods or dual-use goods?
- Do I need a licence to provide services for military goods or dual-use goods?
- Do I need a licence to produce or export chemical substances?
- How can my company obtain certification for the import of military goods?
- Who can I contact with questions about strategic goods?