Journal Sales

History in the making. Back issues of WorldECR dating back to 2011 are available to purchase. A valuable resource for every trade law library.
Back issues can be purchased below for £55. For bulk/series purchases, please contact mark.cusick@worldecr.com.

TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 8

TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 8

In your hands: Liability for the human rights impacts of foreign subsidiaries and subcontractors * russian strategic companies: new rules for foreign investors * Mergers and takeovers: UK strengthens national security scrutiny * EU agrees Countering Money Laundering by Criminal Law directive * An overview of Israeli data protection law * Canada’s use of its national security power

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TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 7

TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 7

Ready for the graft? Tackling corruption around the world * Congress to overhaul US national security reviews of foreign investment * Key developments in Latin American anti-corruption enforcement * Long-awaited changes to Australia’s foreign bribery regime * Pressure on financial institutions to focus on beneficial ownership * Privacy laws in Asia

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TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 6

TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 6

Ready for your close-up?: Has the payment and disclosure of tax become part of the CSR agenda? * Middle East: Financial crime – a regional roadmap * A primer on the ISO 37001 International Anti‑Bribery Standard * Privacy and principle: Data protection in light of Saudi’s Vision 2030 * Securitising trade and investment: franchising CFIUS * Creating supply chain value with Foreign Trade Zones

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TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 5

TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 5

BLOCKCHAIN: How it will change trade security * Corporate investigations – what, who, and where to watch in 2018 * An introduction to anti-corruption enforcement in Germany * Modern slavery compliance procedures and North Korean labour risks * Top ten anti-bribery/anti-corruption developments in Canada in 2017 * India’s new data protection framework

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TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 4

TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 4

Tightening foreign investment controls in EU and US sensitive industries * Corporate manslaughter and criminal liability update * Cybersecurity – The legal landscape in Canada * Proposed: Australia’s new whistle-blowing legislation * EU court to rule again on legality of EU-US data transfer mechanisms * Fighting piracy at sea @ Allianz

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TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 3

TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 3

The EU General Data Protection Regulation: the law you can’t afford to ignore * Extraterritorial application of US trade and anti-corruption laws * Germany tightens rules on FDI reviews * Getting to grips with Mexico’s new anti-corruption law

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Trade Security Journal Issue 2

Trade Security Journal Issue 2

US forced labour import ban: challenges for compliant companies * EITI: championing transparency in extractive industries * China’s new cybersecurity law * Are you prepared for the EU Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive? * Odebrecht: the full story

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Trade Security Journal Issue 1

Trade Security Journal Issue 1

The UK’s Modern Slavery Act: One year in, what has been the impact? * Vetting and selecting a third-party supplier * Recent trends in German and US foreign investment controls * European Parliament adopts text on conflict minerals * Managing civil and criminal law risks when faced with corruption allegations in relation to a third party

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Issue 73

Issue 73

EU issues draft guidance on dual-use ICPs * ZTE monitoring period extended * Where should export control compliance sit in a business? Part 2 * Talking export controls with Alex Groba * The many dimensions of the 3D printed gun debate * Back to the past with Iran: peering through the cloud of section * Philippines: Strategic Trade Management Act inches closer to implementation * USA: Tightened restrictions on technology transfer under the Export Control Reform Act

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Issue 72

Issue 72

Establishing an effective export compliance organisation * Turkish delight: sanctions, tariffs, and the new normal * US Congress threatens more sanctions against the Russian government * US ramps up sanctions activities against North Korea in 2018 * Transit and the transport service providers – victims or facilitators? * US controls: What every healthcare and life sciences compliance officer needs to know

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