The general effectiveness of strategic trade controls has made it harder for proliferators and countries of proliferation concern to acquire strategic items. This has sometimes forced these entities to seek equivalent non-controlled items, which often fall just below the technical parameters of control that are identified on the national control list. Thus, many governments have chosen to adopt "catch-all” controls as a means of regulating non-listed goods and technology that can potentially be used for WMD or military purposes.
The resources in this section are intended to enhance your enterprise’s understanding of the “catch-all” control concept and to assist you in determining when catch-all controls might apply to your enterprise’s transactions and activities.
The resources in this section are organized as follows:
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