Internal Compliance Programme (ICP): key elements

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ICP – Internal Compliance Program is mandatory in the EU for companies trading in dual-use or military goods. However, compliance with customs and export control regulations is crucial for all companies to minimise the risk of fatal legal, financial, and/or reputational damage. In this video, which was a part of the webinar "Export control and sanctions – day-to-day management", we provide a brief overview of the key elements of an ICP. Please find the slides in the resources section.

Learn more about ICP, export control and sanctions in the video training "Export control and sanctions - the EU in focus" by Annette Reiser.

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EU’s dual-use exports - disunity or unity?
04-02-2024

The first month of 2024 started with the publication of several European documents at common European and regional level (Baltic Republics), which present interesting facts and analyses on the export and transit of prohibited, restricted or dual-use goods. These are: White paper on Export Control; Commission Recommendation (EU) 2024/214 of 10 January 2024 on guidelines setting out the methodology for data gathering and processing for the preparation of the annual report on the control of exports, brokering, technical assistance, transit and transfer of dual-use items pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2021/821 of the European Parliament and of the Council; and 'Regional Approach to Ensure Uniform Customs Controls and Information Exchange for Implementation of the EU Restrictive Measures', adopted by the Baltic Republics of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.

Boryana Peycheva

export control, sanctions
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EU’s dual-use exports - disunity or unity?
04-02-2024

The first month of 2024 started with the publication of several European documents at common European and regional level (Baltic Republics), which present interesting facts and analyses on the export and transit of prohibited, restricted or dual-use goods. These are: White paper on Export Control; Commission Recommendation (EU) 2024/214 of 10 January 2024 on guidelines setting out the methodology for data gathering and processing for the preparation of the annual report on the control of exports, brokering, technical assistance, transit and transfer of dual-use items pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2021/821 of the European Parliament and of the Council; and 'Regional Approach to Ensure Uniform Customs Controls and Information Exchange for Implementation of the EU Restrictive Measures', adopted by the Baltic Republics of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.

Boryana Peycheva

export control, sanctions
Students' section
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Export promotion programmes: Lithuania's case
15-01-2024

Exports of goods are an important driver of business productivity and economic growth (Mota et al., 2021). Nobody doubts the benefits of exporting today. The government aims to increase the competitiveness of business and industry in international trade and to promote job creation and economic growth by creating a business-friendly environment. Exports are an important part of business, both for the national economy and for the growth and development of businesses themselves. Economic growth, especially in small countries, is driven by foreign trade, making the promotion of exports a crucial task for a country. The dynamics and development of export growth depend on the implementation of a targeted export policy by the government, and exports are a key factor of economic growth for various countries, including Lithuania.

Jonas Aleksonis , Erika Besusparienė

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Students' section
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Export promotion programmes: Lithuania's case
15-01-2024

Exports of goods are an important driver of business productivity and economic growth (Mota et al., 2021). Nobody doubts the benefits of exporting today. The government aims to increase the competitiveness of business and industry in international trade and to promote job creation and economic growth by creating a business-friendly environment. Exports are an important part of business, both for the national economy and for the growth and development of businesses themselves. Economic growth, especially in small countries, is driven by foreign trade, making the promotion of exports a crucial task for a country. The dynamics and development of export growth depend on the implementation of a targeted export policy by the government, and exports are a key factor of economic growth for various countries, including Lithuania.

Jonas Aleksonis , Erika Besusparienė

export
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National sanctions against Russia and Belarus: Lithuania tightens controls
25-06-2023

The enforcement of international sanctions in Lithuania continues to tighten. The new strengthened national regime entered into force on 5 June 2023. In July 2023, an additional requirement will come into force: manufacturer's declarations will be required for the transit by road through Russia or Belarus of non-dual-use goods with commodity codes corresponding to those included in the newly created national dual-use goods list. The new requirement will apply to all goods crossing Lithuanian borders, including those exported or re-exported from other EU countries.

Daiva Baltronienė

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Country update
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National sanctions against Russia and Belarus: Lithuania tightens controls
25-06-2023

The enforcement of international sanctions in Lithuania continues to tighten. The new strengthened national regime entered into force on 5 June 2023. In July 2023, an additional requirement will come into force: manufacturer's declarations will be required for the transit by road through Russia or Belarus of non-dual-use goods with commodity codes corresponding to those included in the newly created national dual-use goods list. The new requirement will apply to all goods crossing Lithuanian borders, including those exported or re-exported from other EU countries.

Daiva Baltronienė

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Certain critical export-controlled product groups to be aware of
01-06-2023

The main purpose of the article is to raise awareness of certain product groups that are subject to export control. This concerns in particular drive and automation products as well as emerging technologies in the high-tech industry. For example, inverters can have a special software extension for output frequencies above 600 Hz, which is critical because this type of product can be used in chemical centrifuges and nuclear power plants in sanctioned countries.

Armin Belle

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Certain critical export-controlled product groups to be aware of
01-06-2023

The main purpose of the article is to raise awareness of certain product groups that are subject to export control. This concerns in particular drive and automation products as well as emerging technologies in the high-tech industry. For example, inverters can have a special software extension for output frequencies above 600 Hz, which is critical because this type of product can be used in chemical centrifuges and nuclear power plants in sanctioned countries.

Armin Belle

export, export control, sanctions
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Export control: the need for an internal compliance programme
14-05-2023

What is an Internal Compliance Programme (ICP) and what are its core elements? What if the ICP is not required by law, should companies still use it? The answer is definitely yes. Even if your company does not fall under the criteria for a mandatory ICP, it is important to have one in place if you deal with export-controlled items.

Christelle Dubouchet

restrictions, trade barriers, export, export control, sanctions
Overviews and comments
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Export control: the need for an internal compliance programme
14-05-2023

What is an Internal Compliance Programme (ICP) and what are its core elements? What if the ICP is not required by law, should companies still use it? The answer is definitely yes. Even if your company does not fall under the criteria for a mandatory ICP, it is important to have one in place if you deal with export-controlled items.

Christelle Dubouchet

restrictions, trade barriers, export, export control, sanctions
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