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Export Control Act 2002

Schedule: Categories of goods, technology and technical assistance

59.The Schedule, together with section 5,  sets out the categories of goods, technology or technical assistance upon which export, technology transfer, technical assistance and trade controls may be imposed.     Controls may be imposed in relation to military equipment and technology irrespective of the consequence which its export, transfer or trade might have or which technical assistance provided in relation to it might have.

60.The Table to the Schedule sets out a list of relevant consequences.   The Schedule states that export, transfer or technical assistance controls may be imposed in relation to goods and technology the exportation (in the case of goods), transfer (in the case of technology), provision (in the case of technical assistance) or use of which is capable of having a relevant consequence.     It also states that trade controls may be imposed in relation to any goods, the acquisition, disposal, movement or use of which is capable of having a relevant consequence.

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