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Plans for exports after a no-deal Brexit attain new urgency

Plans for exports after a no-deal Brexit attain new urgency

Theresa May’s struggles add to EU-UK trade relations worries.

US government shutdown hampering export licensing and SDN list removals

US government shutdown hampering export licensing and SDN list removals

‘[C]urtailed’ services for licence requests, advisory opinions and commodity classifications among the fallout from budget standoff.


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US Treasury pushes ahead with lifting of Deripaska-related sanctions, despite opposition

Treasury to lift sanctions on EN+, RUSAL and ESE at end of January.

EU implements first UN sanctions on Mali

Three individuals are now subject to EU travel bans.

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