The U.S. Export Control System:
How Newly Enacted Reforms Impact Businesses in Sweden
*By invitation only
The Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) is one of the primary agencies charged with administering an effective U.S. export control system. BIS works to prevent sensitive items such as the most advanced technologies, commodities, and software from the U.S. going to end-users, or destinations that could result in harm to our interests or those of our allies.
BIS also strives to eliminate needless negative economic effects from export control regulations by managing efficient regulatory operations and by regularly updating and tailoring existing export control rules to reflect contemporary threats, concerns, technologies, and issues.
AmCham Sweden invites you to an exclusive Roundtable Discussion with Kevin J. Wolf, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration, to learn how newly enacted reforms pertaining to the U.S. Export Control System can impact secure trade and create strong relationships between U.S. export suppliers and foreign customers.