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resolution 1382



Hello.
CASI press release on 1382 contains this sentence-

"If the resolutionís procedures are adopted, the import restrictions on
goods -- one element of the sanctions -- would be replaced by a technology
transfer control regime."
 
(the whole bit is at
http://www.cam.ac.uk/societies/casi/briefing/prscr1382.html) 

Anyone able to elaborate on import restrictions and tech. transfer regimes
as different species  or am I reading something into the sentence?


Is a "technological transfer control regime" a technique that has some
history of use (as it is proposed in 1382) elsewhere?  

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