Regulation of Exports: Hearings Before the Committee on Banking and Currency, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 9052. February 23, March 5 and 6, 1956

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Página 41 - Congress declares that it is the policy of the United States to use export controls to the extent necessary (a) to protect the domestic economy from the excessive drain of scarce materials and to reduce the inflationary impact of abnormal foreign demand...
Página 14 - ALERTING THIRD PARTIES The bills of lading and commercial invoices relating to shipments of strategic goods under validated licenses to all destinations are required by export control regulations to carry statements indicating that the goods have been licensed by the United States only to the named country of destination and that diversion is contrary to United States law. This requirement is designed to make certain that all persons concerned, including customs brokers, freight forwarders, banks,...
Página 6 - Export Controls," copies of which have been made available to the committee. When violations do occur we try to enforce our regulations as fairly as possible, but also with the knowledge that prompt, effective compliance action is one of the best deterrents to potential violators. Violations are punishable under the law by fine and imprisonment, and our regulations also provide for suspending or terminating the privilege of obtaining licenses or otherwise participating in export trade. In addition,...
Página 70 - Ching Sen Lee, et al. ; two individuals : Alleged false representations in license application and shipper's export declarations as to identity of ultimate consignee and destination of tinplate shipments, and trafficking in export licenses. Indicted southern district of New York, July 1952. One defendant is fugitive from justice and other defendant has not been tried in his absence. Henry G. Bennett, et al.
Página 174 - Sino-Soviet bloc. Our method of operation in this area includes the checking of license applications against intelligence information concerning the parties involved in the proposed transaction; prechecking through the Foreign Service selected applications for the purpose of determining the reliability of the consignee and the bona fides of the transaction; inspection of shipping documents and, on a spot-check basis, physical inspection of actual shipments at the ports of exit. We also trace the...
Página 7 - LEGAL ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES Both criminal and civil penalties as well as administrative remedies may be invoked against violators of export control regulations. Under the Export Control Act, violations are punishable by fine and imprisonment ; and by regulation, provision has also been made for suspending or terminating the privilege of violators to secure or use export licenses. In addition, the customs collectors have authority...
Página 7 - March 1951, were specifically identified and described at that time, aiid therefore are not listed again here. The brevity of the case summaries in the attached list does not permit an explanation of the detailed factual elements of each case. Accordingly, the various issues of the Federal Register in which our orders have been published in full text must be consulted for such information. During the 3-year period previously reported...
Página 7 - Act, violators are punishable by fine and imprisonment; and by regulation, provision has also been made for suspending or terminating the privilege of violators to secure or use export licenses. In addition, the customs collectors have authority to seize, and under certain conditions to obtain the forfeiture of, goods attempted to be exported illegally.
Página 53 - The CHAIRMAN. The committee will be in order. We will resume the hearings on the extension of the Export Control Act.
Página 7 - Both criminal and civil penalties as well as administrative remedies may be invoked against violators of export control regulations. Under the Export Control Act, violations are punishable by fine and imprisonment; and by regulation, provision has also been made for suspending or terminating the privilege of violators to secure or use export licenses or otherwise engage in United States export trade.

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