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Microfinance: Importing Regulations In Reforms For The Real Small Businesses, Triet Leminh May 2015

Microfinance: Importing Regulations In Reforms For The Real Small Businesses, Triet Leminh

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

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Export Control Proliferation: The Effects Of United States Governmental Export Control Regulations On Small Businesses—Requisite Market Share Loss; A Remodeling Approach, Jared A. Borocz-Cohen Oct 2014

Export Control Proliferation: The Effects Of United States Governmental Export Control Regulations On Small Businesses—Requisite Market Share Loss; A Remodeling Approach, Jared A. Borocz-Cohen

University of Miami Business Law Review

Made in the USA. This phrase, stamped on the bottom of many domestic items, is becoming increasingly difficult to find abroad. The United States government, of course, regulates almost every good manufactured in America. The obvious federal regulations encompass topics such as, but not limited to, consumer safety, durability, and warranty. However, perhaps the most important of these regulations are those aimed at national security. Federal regulations concerning national security is the junction at which export controls come into play. The central goal of export controls in the United States, and globally, is to promote security. The main issue this ...