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General Export Permits – Dual-use Goods and Technology to Certain Destinations

General Export Permits - Dual-use Goods and Technology to Certain Destinations - Route Newsletter: September 2023

On September 1, 2023, Global Affairs Canada announced General Export Permit No. 41 (GEP-41) has been amended to include a new category to the list of “unauthorized goods and technology” under paragraph 3(2)(e).  Specifically, paragraph 3(2)(e) now prohibits the use of GEP-41 for the export or transfer of goods or technology that are intended for the development, production or use of rocket systems or unmanned aerial vehicles with a range of 300 km or greater.

This Notice should be read in conjunction with General Export Permit No. 41 – Dual-use Goods and Technology to Certain Destinations (GEP-41), introduced in 2015 and as amended on September 1, 2023, as well as  the current version of “A Guide to Canada’s Export Control List”.

For more information, contact Brian Rowe, Director – Customs Compliance & Regulatory Affairs.

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