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AES Broadcast  12/14/2009          Broadcast  #  2009057 
BIS Updates AES Edits on ECCNs and License Exceptions 
       Effective December 11, 2009, BIS has adjusted the edits on certain 
       Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) and AES License Types 
       C35 - LVS and C38 - TSR as a result of the amendment of the 
       Export Administration Regulations to implement Wassenaar Arrangement 
       revisions.  AES filers must make note of these edits, as described 
       below to prevent the return of fatal errors from AES. 
 -     A new ECCN - 1A008 has been added to the Commerce Control List. 
       See Supplement 1 to § 774 of the EAR for a complete list of valid 
       ECCNs and their descriptions. 
 -     The new ECCN - 1A008 has been added to the list of ECCNs eligible 
       for License Type C35 - LVS. 
 -     ECCN 4D003 is no longer eligible for License Type C38 - TSR. 
 See Part 740 (License Exceptions) and Supplement 1 to § 774 
       (Commerce Control List).  and 
 If you are unable to resolve fatal errors related to the above and 
       require regulatory guidance from BIS, please contact its 
       Office of Exporter Services at one of the following locations. 
 Western Regional Office       (949) 660-0144 
       San Jose, CA Branch           (408) 291-4212 
       Headquarters, Washington, DC  (202) 482-4811 



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Source: FTDWebMaster, Foreign Trade Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, D.C. 20233
Created: 17 May 200
Last modified: 13 July 2011 at 08:40:15 AM