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Tunisia - limited natural fresh water resources, deforestation; overgrazing; soil erosion; desertification. Terrain : mountains in north; hot, dry central plain; semiarid south merges into the Sahara. Irrigated land: 3,940 sq km (2003). Freshwater withdrawal (domestic/industrial/agricultural): total: 2.64 cu km/yr (14%/4%/82%) per capita: 261 cu m/yr (2000) Rwanda - Climate: temperate; two rainy seasons (February to April, November to January); mild in mountains with frost and snow possible. Terrain : mostly grassy uplands and hills; relief is mountainous with altitude declining from west to east. Irrigated land: 90 sq km (2003). Freshwater withdrawal (domestic/industrial/agricultural): total: 0.15 cu km/yr (24%/8%/68%) per capita: 17 cu m/yr (2000) Most of the country is savanna grassland with the population predominantly rural. periodic droughts Ways to Export Authorization to export is determined by the transaction: what the item is, where it is going, who will receive it, and what it will be used for. The majority of U.S. commercial exports do not require a license. If Your Item is Not on the Commerce Control List - EAR99 If your item falls under U.S. Department of Commerce jurisdiction and is not listed on the CCL, it is designated as EAR99. EAR99 items generally consist of low- technology consumer goods and do not require a license in many situations. However, if your proposed export of an EAR99 item is to an embargoed country, to an end-user of concern or in support of a prohibited end-use, you may be required to obtain a license. NLR – (“No License Required”) Most exports from the United States do not require a license, and are therefore exported under the designation “NLR.” Except in those relatively few transactions when a license requirement
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