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Export control measures are changing

Export control measures are changing, so read on to find out how this may affect your business.

The changes primarily apply to those working with:

  • dual-use or military end-use goods
  • nuclear material
  • dangerous chemicals, micro-organisms or toxins
  • high-end electronics and computers
  • telecommunications and information security technology
  • sensors and lasers
  • marine and aircraft navigation and avionics
  • underwater vehicles and UAVs
  • aerospace and propulsion equipment.

If you undertake activities related to intangible supply, brokering and/or publication of controlled goods and technology you may require a permit from May 2015.

For more information, read the release from the Australian Government's Defence Export Control Office (DECO) or visit the DECO website.