Respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms are mandatory considerations for all export licence applications.
What does ELA stand for?
ELA stands for Export Licence Application
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of ELA
We have 169 other meanings of ELA in our Acronym Attic
- European Logistics Association
- Excellence in Leadership Award (various locations)
- Excess Loss Account (business taxation)
- Exchange Log Analyzer (software)
- Excimer Laser Annealing
- Exit Left Apparel (UK)
- Expect Lower Altitude
- Expected Level of Achievement
- Experiential Learning Activity
- Experimental Lakes Area (Northwest Ontario)
- Extended Learning Activities (various organizations)
- Extended Live Archive (computing)
- Extradition Lawyers' Association (UK)
- École Lémanique d'Arts et d'Actions (French; Swiss martial arts school)
- English Language Acquisition for Adults (education)
- European Liner Affairs Association
- Expressions Learning Arts Academy (Gainesville, FL)
- East Lancashire Asian Arts Forum (Nelson, England, UK)
- East London Against the Arms Fair (UK peace organization)
- Employment Law Appeal Advice Scheme (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The decision on the export licence application will be deferred until December 16.
We will look at all export licence applications which come from both India and Pakistan against the consolidated EU and national arms exporting licensing criteria.
The Foreign Office spokesman confirmed that the government was "considering the criteria that should be applied in exercising its rigorous scrutiny of export licence applications for Iran.
Respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms are mandatory considerations for all export licence applications, which we consider on a case-by-case basis.
The decision on the export licence application has been deferred until February 2.
Just before Foreign Secretary Mr Robin Cook announced that the Government would refuse all arms export licence applications from the country as of today, Mr Tony Blair reaffirmed its determination to link land reform to political progress.