Compliance with applied export control measures of for instance the EU and the United States has become increasingly important. However, also further countries or territories have implemented and maintain corresponding measures. Even EU Member States may enact measures going beyond the common rules in the European Union. As with US sanctions, the US export control regulations may be applied extraterritorially.
To achieve the necessary compliance, the classification of goods according to customs tariff nomenclatures is not sufficient, as export control commodity lists are based on differently structured nomenclatures comprising specific categories.
According to our modular approach we offer the most important international and national export control commodity lists. Depending on the covered products, these lists usually refer to either dual-use or military goods. Where officially published, we also provide correlations of these lists to customs tariff nomenclatures.
Besides general lists of dual-use or military items subject to export control and licensing requirements, (designated) products may also be stipulated in connection with embargoes against specific countries.
Export control commodity lists
|Australia (AU)||Part 1 of the Defence and Strategic Goods List||Military Goods List|
|Canada (CA)||Export and Import Permits Act||Export Control List|
|China (CN)||Order No. 29 of the General Administration of Customs of the Ministry of Commerce||List of Dual-use Items and Technology|
|European Union (EU)||Dual-Use Regulation||Annex I – |
List of dual-use items
|European Union (EU)||Dual-Use Regulation||Annex IV – |
List of dual-use items
|Council Common Position (CCP)||Common Military List of the European Union|
|Germany (DE)||Außenwirtschaftsverordnung (AWV)||Ausfuhrliste (AL) – |
Teil I Abschnitt A/
|Norway (NO)||Appendix II to the Regulations on the export of defense materiel, dual-use goods, technology and services||List of dual-use items and technology|
|South Korea (KR)||Appendix 2 of the Strategic Material Import/Export Notification||Dual-use Control List|
|Switzerland (CH)||Güterkontrollverordnung||Liste der Dual-use-Güter|
|Güterkontrollverordnung||Liste der besonderen militärischen Güter|
|United Arab Emirates (AE)||Schedule of strategic goods attached to Federal Law No. (13) of 2007||Export control commodity list|
|United Kingdom (UK)||Export Control Order||UK Dual-use List|
|Export Control Order||UK Military List|
|United States (US)||Export Administration Regulations (EAR)||Commerce Control List (CCL)|
|Export Administration Regulations (EAR)||License Determination Rules|
|International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)||United States Munitions List (USML)|
|Further export control commodity or military goods lists||On request|
|European Union (EU)||Dual-use correlation|
|China (CN)||Dual-use correlation|
Embargo country (commodity) lists
|Embargoes of the European Union||Democratic People's Republic of Korea|
|Embargoes of the European Union||Iran|
|Embargoes of the European Union||Russia|
|Embargoes of the European Union||Syria|
|Embargoes of the European Union||Crimea|
|Embargoes of the European Union||Donezk, Luhansk, Saporischschja and Cherson|
|Embargoes of the European Union||Belarus|
|Embargoes of China||List of Dual-use Items and Technologies Prohibited from Exporting to North Korea|
|Further embargoes of the European Union or of other countries||On request|
If you are interested in data content on export control measures beyond the above listing, please do not hesitate to contact us.
In principle, we also support further interfaces and individual, in-house solutions in XML, CSV, text-based formats and other.