MEA organizes outreach programme on export controls for start-ups
This was organized with an aim to enhance awareness about regulations for export of sensitive, dual-use goods and technology
The Ministry of External Affairs, in cooperation with the Indian Chamber of Commerce organised an outreach programme on export controls focusing on start-ups in various sectors of the economy, the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement on Wednesday.
The MEA said that the outreach was aimed at enhancing awareness about regulations for export of sensitive, dual-use goods and technology.
About 200 industries and enterprises including several start-ups companies participated in the webinar, the MEA added.
The outreach shared the relevance of export control systems in the context of India’s integration with the global economy, international non-proliferation framework and Government’s flagship initiatives of ‘Make in India’ and ‘Aatma Nirbhar Bharat,’ the Ministry maintained.
The presentations and discussions covered our national laws, regulations, implementation mechanisms, procedures, as well as the importance of industry-level measures to uphold India’s impeccable non-proliferation record acknowledged globally, the Ministry added.
The outreach webinar included participation of the Directorate General of Foreign Trade as part of ongoing industry outreach endeavours of the Government of India towards a sound national export control system in line with global standards, the Ministry further added.