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License Exception for
Exports and Reexports to U.S. Persons in Libya

Contents:


  • What is a license exception?

    A license exception is an authorization that allows you to export or reexport under stated conditions, items subject to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) that would otherwise require a license.


  • What types of goods are covered under this license exception?

    This license exception permits the export or reexport to U.S. persons in Libya of certain items listed on the Commerce Control List and controlled for anti-terrorism (AT) reasons only. For further information, read part 740.19 of the Export Administration Regulations.

    Specifically, only goods under the following nine Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) can be exported using this license exception:
    ECCN Description
    2A994 For description of goods in each classification go the Commerce Control List [external link]
    5A992
    5D992
    9A990
    3A991
    3A992
    3B992
    4A994
    5A991


  • How do I complete the AES record?

    For exports under this license exception complete the below AES data elements as instructed. All other data elements may be completed as usual.

    AES Data Element What to Enter
    License Code C52
    Country of Ultimate Destination LY
    Export License Number USPL
    ECCN

    One of the following:

    2A994
    5A992
    5D992
    9A990
    3A991
    3A992
    3B992
    4A994
    5A991

    Export Information Code

    One of the following:

    OS, OI, CH, CI, IR, GS, MS, HH, TE, TL, CR

    MOT All except ‘70’ (Fixed Transport)

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