Includes the U.S. government export controls that companies need to abide by when exporting to this country.
Last Published: 11/8/2017
There are no sanctions against Zambia.  The U.S. government requires export licenses for products related to national security, particularly dual-use technology that has commercial and military or proliferation application. Other items that the U.S. government regulates for export include defense articles, nuclear materials, and controlled substances.  The U.S. government controls exports on a case-by-case basis, examining the following factors: the destination, the end-user, the product, and its end-use.  The majority of exports which do require a license are either controlled on the Commerce Control List (CCL), administered by the Commerce Department, or the U.S. Munitions List (USML), administered by the State Department.
For more information on export controls, please visit the following sites of the Bureau of Industry and Security’s Commerce Control List and Export Administration Regulation Downloadable Files.  
A list that consolidates eleven export screening lists of the Departments of Commerce, State, and Treasury into a single search as an aid to industry in conducting electronic screens of potential parties to regulated transactions is available at Developer Consolidated Screening List API.

 

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