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What does CCL stand for?

CCL stands for Commerce Control List


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He covers general information, using the regulations, their scope, and general prohibitions; provides a commerce control list overview and country chart; and details regulations related to license exceptions, control policy, special reporting, Chemical Weapons Convention requirements, embargoes and other special controls, the Special Iraq Reconstruction License, applications and documentation, application processing, issuance, and denial, special comprehensive licenses, short supply controls, appeals, export clearance requirements, restrictive trade practices or boycotts, recordkeeping, enforcement and protective measures, administrative enforcement proceedings, foreign availability determination procedures and criteria, interpretations, and the commerce control list.
Topics to be covered include: items and activities are subject to the Export Administration regulations; steps need to be taken to determine export licensing requirements for a product; how to navigate the Commerce Control List, or CCL; proper classification of products; when you can export or re-export without a license; export clearance procedures, enforcement and record-keeping; and new regulations and updates.
It found, for example, that of the 12,000 items in one category, about 32% could be decontrolled entirely and 26% could be moved to the less-stringent Commerce Control List.
36) Alternatively, under the Export Administration Act of 1979, (37) the Commerce Department identifies dual-use items and technologies in the Commerce Control List of the Export Administration regulations (38) to control Regime items.
We are also engaged in a review of the USML to determine if some items ought to be added or dropped, or perhaps treated as dual-use commodities on the commerce control list, rather than as munitions items designed, developed, or modified for military use.