InAEC was collectively the third largest economy in Asia and the seventh largest in the world. It succeeded the AEC Blueprintwhich was adopted in The AEC Blueprint is aimed towards achieving the vision of having an AEC by that is highly integrated and cohesive; competitive, innovative and dynamic; with enhanced connectivity and sectoral cooperation; and a more resilient, inclusive, and people-oriented, people-centred community, integrated with the global economy The AEC Blueprint consists of five interrelated and mutually reinforcing characteristics, namely: The sectoral work plans will be reviewed and updated periodically to ensure their relevance and effectiveness.
Any query pertaining to export control matters are to be referred to STS at admin. The UNSCR states that all Member States shall take and enforce effective measures to establish domestic controls to prevent the proliferation of nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons and their means of delivery, including by establishing appropriate controls over related materials.
Malaysia, being one of the United Nations UN Members, is obliged to set up national export control relating to the items stated in the said Resolution while mitigating the national security threats.
Objective of the STA The STA provides for control over the export, transshipment, transit and brokering of strategic items, including arms and related material, and other activities that will or may facilitate the design, development and production of WMD and their delivery systems.
Key Features of the STA STA contains the essential elements relating to export control of strategic items and other activities as follows: Prevailing Law The STA is to be read with other written laws and be regarded as an addition to the other laws relating to the prevention of the WMD and their delivery systems.
However, if there is any conflict or inconsistency between the STA and any other laws, the STA shall prevail to the extent of such conflict or inconsistency. Extra-territorial Jurisdiction The STA will enable extra-territorial criminal jurisdiction to be claimed by Malaysia for offences under the STA which are committed outside Malaysia regardless the nationality of the offender.
These two officers are obliged under the STA to perform the functions and duties imposed and excercise the powers conferred under the STA. The Controller is empowered by the STA to appoint any public officers and other officers to assist him in performing his functions under the Act. Control The STA controls the transactions of the following items or activities: The List will be reflective of the items currently required to be controlled under the global export control regimes as well as the UNSCR Export, Transhipment and Transit Controls The STA requires a person to obtain a permit for the following transactions of strategic items: However, any transaction of strategic items or unlisted items to a prohibited end-user is not allowed under the STA.
A broker is required to hold a valid permit for brokering of strategic items if he: Under the STA, a person is required to notify the relevant Authority of his intention to export any unlisted item at least 30 days before the carrying out of that export if: The relevant Authority, upon such notification, shall decide whether or not to allow such export of the unlisted item.
The approval of such export is subject to granting of a permit. For example, for the offence committed under the STA with the intent to unlawfully export, tranship or bring into transit of strategic items which are arms or related material without a permit; or with knowledge that such transaction without a permit is unlawful, and where death is the result of the act, the most severe penalty is: Permit and Registration I.
Permit The STA lays down that an application for a permit or a special permit for export, tranship or transit of the strategic items or unlisted items is to be: The permit granted can be suspended or revoked at any time by the relevant Authority on the following grounds: Registration of Brokers The STA specifies that an application for registration of brokering of any strategic items is to be:a country report.
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The study is undertaken using the concept of comparative advantage.
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