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The Recast Dual-Use Regulation published as Regulation 2021/821 has entered into force today (9 September 2021). EU producers of dual-use goods now face new export control rules, which we have analysed in further detail in a recent post. For more detail on the Regulation, please contact Alex Phillips to receive our full client alert and analysis.

The Baker McKenzie International Commercial and Trade team is delighted to invite you to watch our latest mini webinar series on some key recent trade developments. This webinar covering the recent reform to EU dual-use export controls will last only 30 minutes, and is intended to give you an overview of the developments, and the key takeaways to ensure compliance by your business. See below for more details. Reform to EU Dual-Use Export Controls After…

Following coordinated designations of certain Belarusian individuals and entities earlier this week (see our previous post here), the EU has announced that further sector-based economic sanctions will come into force on 25 June 2021. The restrictions are implemented by Council Regulation (EU) 2021/1030 (the “Regulation”), which amends Regulation (EC) No 765/2006. The new sanctions target a broad range of technology and software, dual-use goods and technology, tobacco, petroleum and potash products, and financial services. The…

On 11 June 2021, the Recast Dual-Use Regulation was published in the Official Journal of the European Union as Regulation 2021/821 (the “Regulation”). The Regulation, which comes into force on 9 September 2021, will replace the current Dual-Use Regulation introduced in 2009. Key changes include: Two new general export authorisations: The Regulation introduces a general export authorisation for intra-group transfers of dual use software and technology to specified countries for product development purposes, that is…