U.S. TDO suspending export privileges for illegally exporting electronics with military applications to Russia
Effective immediately for a period of 180 days
Suspending export privileges for illegally exporting electronics
The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) of the U.S. Department of Commerce issued a temporary denial order (TDO) suspending the export privileges of seven persons and three companies that are alleged to be part of a global procurement scheme that unlawfully sourced and purchased millions of dollars in dual-use electronics for end-users in Russia, including companies affiliated with the Russian military.
Read the BIS release [PDF 140 KB] (November 7, 2023)
The temporary denial order [PDF 293 KB] (dated November 7, 2023) is effective immediately for a period of 180 days.
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