The Donald Trump administration is proposing a major deregulation of firearms exports, the US-based Security Assistance Monitor reported on Monday.
The proposed reform will shift the responsibility for reviewing export licenses from the State Department to the Commerce Department. Moreover, the Trump administration could end the requirement demanding an approval of any weapon deal with a client from a non-NATO member state.
Unlike the State Department, the Commerce Department will not limit ex...


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