A document indicating that a government has granted a licensee the right to export specified goods to specified countries.
A document secured from a government authorizing an exporter to export a specific quantity of a controlled commodity to a certain country. An export license is often required if a government has placed embargoes or other restrictions upon exports.
is the governmentally issued legal permit to export merchandise. In the U.S., it is either a general license requiring no additional paperwork or a validated license for certain federally controlled items.
A Government authorization which allows a shipper to export specified goods to designated countries.
A required document issued by the U.S. Government authorizing the export of specific commodities. This license is for a specific transaction or time period in which the export is to take place.
Permission, usually granted by a governmental agency, to ship a native cultural object out of the country (Nauert 19 7~.
A permit required to engage in the export of certain commodities and quantities to certain destinations. Lists Of such goods are found in the Comprehensive Export Schedule issued by the Bureau of Foreign Commerce.
a government document that authorizes the export of specific goods in specific quantities to a particular destination
a specific grant of authority from the government to a particular exporter to export a specific product
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A license granted by a nation's government allowing a company permission to ship a product to a foreign recipient; also known as an individual validated license (IVL).
A license required for exporting ANY product from the U.S. Both general and validated licenses exist.
Exporters in certain countries are required by their government or state bodies to obtain an export license. This often relates to certain types of goods or the purchasing country.
A general export license covers the exportation of goods not restricted under the terms of a validated export license. No formal application or written authorization is needed to ship exports under a general export license.
A government document that permits the licensee to export designated goods to certain destinations. See General export license and Individually validated export license.
A government document which permits the licence to engage in the export of designated goods to certain destinations.
Permission granted to ship a product to a foreign recipient. In the United States, export licenses are either general licenses or individual validated licenses (IVLs).
A government document that permits the "Licensee" to engage in the export of designated goods to certain destinations.
A government document which gives permission to export a specified quantity of a specified commodity.
A document issued by the government of the shipper' s export country which permits the licensee to participate in the export of designated goods to certain destinations. The Export License must accompany the Application for Import Permit.
The approval documentation issued by an export agency authority authorizing the recipient to proceed with the export, reexport, or other regulated activity as specified on the application.
A document issued by the U.S. government, permitting a firm to export specific merchandise to a particular country.
A permit required to engage in the export of certain commodities to certain destinations. In the United States such controls are usually determined by the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Export Administration; the Department of State, Office of Defense Trade Controls; or Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control. Controls are imposed to implement U.S. foreign policy, ensure U.S. national security, prevent proliferation, or protect against short supply.
A document secured from a government, authorizing a shipper to export a specific quantity of a particular commodity to a certain country. An export license is often required when a government places restrictions upon exports.
A document prepared by a government authority, granting the right to export a specified quantity of a commodity to a specific country. This document may be required in some countries for most or all exports and in other countries only under special circumstances. A document issued by the U.S. government authorizing the export of commodities for which written export authorization is required by law.
A license issued to exporters by governments to permit them to export certain goods to certain countries. Such goods may be of strategic importance, or simply in short supply, or are controlled to comply with foreign agreements.
A governmental permit required to export certain products to certain destinations.