The Export Administration Act of 1969 restricted efforts of United States industry to expand sales of non-strategic advanced technology goods to Communist countries. The author examines the significance of the Export Administration Amendments of 1977 and the procedure and criteria by which an export application is evaluated. The author suggests certain reforms which would help attain the goal of trade promotion.
Vikram Aditya Gosain,
Export Licensing of Advanced Technology to Communist Countries: Problems and Prospects,
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