THE JOURNAL OF EXPORT CONTROLS AND SANCTIONS

Issue 76, February 2019

Sanctions in close-up – application and practice in India

Sanctions in India are known as ‘Prohibitions’ and they typically conform with UN Security Council resolutions. Ameeta Verma Duggal and Aditi Warrier provide a deep dive into the Indian..

Sanctions in India are known as ‘Prohibitions’ and they typically conform with UN Security Council resolutions. Ameeta Verma Duggal and Aditi Warrier provide a deep dive into the Indian sanctions regime and insight into the country’s approach to controlling exports.   For several years now, India has had provisions regulating trade, financial transactions, and the entry of sanctioned individuals into Indian territory. These are focused on the country’s commitment to a policy of not assisting, encouraging or inducing any country to manufacture weapons of mass destruction (‘WMD’) and to prevent non-State actors and terrorists from acquiring WMD and their means of...

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