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This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 287c - Economic and communication sanctions pursuant to United Nations Security Council Resolution
§ 6004 - Support for Cuban people
§ 7201 - Definitions
§ 7202 - Restriction
§ 7203 - Exceptions
§ 7204 - Termination of sanctions
§ 7205 - State sponsors of international terrorism
§ 7206 - Congressional procedures
§ 7207 - Prohibition on United States assistance and financing
§ 7208 - Prohibition on additional imports from Cuba
§ 7209 - Requirements relating to certain travel-related transactions with Cuba
§ 7210 - Application of the Trade Sanctions Reform and Export Enhancement Act
§ 7211 - Technical clarification relating to provision of material support to terrorism
50a U.S. Code Rule - Congressional findings
50a U.S. Code Rule - Congressional declaration of policy
50a U.S. Code Rule - General provisions
50a U.S. Code Rule - National security controls
50a U.S. Code Rule - Foreign policy controls
50a U.S. Code Rule - Short supply controls
50a U.S. Code Rule - Foreign boycotts
50a U.S. Code Rule - Procedures for hardship relief from export controls
50a U.S. Code Rule - Procedures for processing export license applications; other inquiries
50a U.S. Code Rule - Violations
50a U.S. Code Rule - Multilateral export control violations
50a U.S. Code Rule - Missile proliferation control violations
50a U.S. Code Rule - Chemical and biological weapons proliferation sanctions
50a U.S. Code Rule - Enforcement
50a U.S. Code Rule - Omitted
50a U.S. Code Rule - Administrative procedure and judicial review
50a U.S. Code Rule - Annual report
50a U.S. Code Rule - Administrative and regulatory authority
50a U.S. Code Rule - Definitions
50a U.S. Code Rule - Effect on other Acts
50a U.S. Code Rule - Authorization of appropriations
50a U.S. Code Rule - Effective date
50a U.S. Code Rule - Termination date
50a U.S. Code Rule - Savings provisions
§ 1701 - Unusual and extraordinary threat; declaration of national emergency; exercise of Presidential authorities
§ 1702 - Presidential authorities
§ 1703 - Consultation and reports
§ 1704 - Authority to issue regulations
§ 1705 - Penalties
§ 1706 - Savings provisions
§ 1707 - Multinational economic embargoes against governments in armed conflict with the United States
117 Stat. 559
Determination ... 2003-23
Determination ... 2007-7
Executive Order ... 12854
Executive Order ... 12918
Executive Order ... 13222
Notice ... Aug. 8, 2013
Title 15 published on 2015-12-05
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 15 CFR Part 746 after this date.
In this rule, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) amends the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) to implement changes in controls on arms and related materiel to Cote d'Ivoire, Liberia, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam. BIS also updates the EAR to recognize the accession of India as a member of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR).
This rule amends a license exception to allow cargo aboard aircraft to transit Cuba when that cargo is bound for destinations other than Cuba. This rule also authorizes export and reexport of certain items sold directly to individuals in Cuba under a license exception. Finally, this rule revises the lists of ineligible Cuban officials for purposes of certain license exceptions. BIS is publishing this rule to further implement the administration's policy of increasing engagement and commerce that benefits the Cuban people.
This rule updates the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) legal authority paragraphs in the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) to cite the most recent Presidential notice extending an emergency declared pursuant to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act. This is a procedural rule that only updates authority paragraphs of the EAR. It does not alter any right, obligation or prohibition that applies to any person under the EAR.
This rule updates the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) legal authority paragraphs in the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) to cite a Presidential notice extending an emergency declared pursuant to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act and also to remove one obsolete citation. This is a procedural rule that only updates authority paragraphs of the EAR to make them current and to avoid confusion. It does not alter any right, obligation or prohibition that applies to any person under the EAR.
The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) publishes this final rule to amend the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) to remove the short supply license requirements that, prior to the entry into force of the “Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016” on December 18, 2015, applied to exports of crude oil from the United States. Specifically, this rule removes the Commerce Control List (CCL) entry and the corresponding short supply provisions in the EAR that required a license from BIS to export crude oil from the United States. This rule also amends certain other EAR provisions to reflect the removal of these short supply license requirements. The changes made by this rule are intended to bring the provisions of the EAR into full compliance with the act, which mandates that, apart from certain exemptions specified therein, “no official of the Federal Government shall impose or enforce any restriction on the export of crude oil.” Consistent with the exceptions in the act, exports of crude oil continue to require authorization from BIS to embargoed or sanctioned countries or persons and to persons subject to a denial of export privileges.
This rule allows vessels departing the United States on temporary sojourn to Cuba with cargo for other destinations to travel to Cuba under a license exception rather than having to obtain a license for the cargo bound for those other destinations to transit Cuba. This rule also authorizes exports of certain items to persons authorized by the Department of the Treasury to establish and maintain a physical or business presence in Cuba. Finally, the rule would adopt a licensing policy of case-by-case review for exports and reexports of items that would enable or facilitate export of items produced by the private sector in Cuba, subject to certain limitations.
This rule updates the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) legal authority citations in the National Security Industrial Base Regulations (NSIBR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). The citation updates reflect recent editorial reclassifications within the United States Code, the repeal of certain statutory authorities, the continuation of an emergency declared in an executive order, and minor stylistic edits. This is a non-substantive rule that only updates legal authority paragraphs of the NSIBR and the EAR. It does not alter any right, obligation or prohibition that applies to any person under the NSIBR or the EAR.
This rule amends the exceptions to the general policy of denial in the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) for exports and reexports to Cuba by identifying additional types of exports and reexports that are subject to a general policy of approval: items for safety of civil aviation and safe operation of commercial aircraft engaged in international air transportation, certain telecommunications and agricultural items, items to human rights organizations or individuals and non-governmental organizations that promote independent activity intended to strengthen civil society in Cuba, and items for use by U.S. news bureaus. This rule also amends the exceptions to the general policy of denial in the EAR for exports and reexports to Cuba by identifying types of exports and reexports that will be reviewed to determine, on a case-by-case basis, whether such transactions meet the needs of the Cuban people, including exports and reexports for this purpose made to state-owned enterprises and agencies and organizations of the Cuban government that provide goods and services to the Cuban people. BIS is making these changes to further implement the Administration's policy of empowering and engaging the Cuban people. This rule retains the prohibition on the export or reexport of items subject to the EAR to Cuba without a license or applicable license exception.