DGS releases its book on Export Controls in India
by Ameeta Verma Duggal & Aditi Warrier
In recent years, India has made great advancements in strengthening its export control regulations governing specified goods, services and technologies, which have a dual use for both civilian and military applications. is has resulted in India’s membership to three international multilateral regimes, Missile Technology Control Regime, Australia Group and Wassenaar Arrangement. The robust export control regulations have also strengthened India’s pending application for membership to the Nuclear Suppliers Group.
The effectiveness of export controls anywhere rests on voluntary compliance and good citizenship. Lack of information and awareness can thwart compliance. The objective of this book is to provide a comprehensive and informed analysis of the applicable law, policy documents, international conventions and best practices introduced by the international regimes for benefit of the users, including governments, practitioners, exporters, importers and logistic providers seeking to deal with such dual use goods, services and technologies in defence, aerospace, chemical and biotechnology, nuclear, engineering goods, so ware, electronics, pharmaceuticals sectors and research institutions. e book also deals with the enforcement of these regulations both by the Custom authorities and the Directorate General Foreign Trade.
DGS Associates has been named a “Rising Star” law firm by India Business Law Journal.