Each issue of worldecr includes reporting of key developments in export control regulation, enforcement and sanctions, and advice on compliance and best practice around the globe.
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Non-EU states’ Ukraine and Russia sanctions; European Commission: possible directions for future EU dual-use export control regime; Space industry: changes to the USML and CCL; UK: pre-licence..
Russia and EU sanctions: a German; Why non-U.S. companies are concerned about the use of the STA Exception; The line between commercial and military jurisdiction over cybersecurity exports; An..
Sanctions against Russia: international update; Deemed exports U.S. government-style; EU: proposed conflict minerals regulation envisions voluntary scheme; ASEAN: strategic trade management update;..
EU imposes Ukraine sanctions; Talking export controls with Kim Prost; The intersection of anti-corruption and export enforcement; Trade control trends: general licence schemes; Important new ITAR..
Cyber incidents: the appropriate response?; Asian export controls: a snapshot; Changes to the Canadian control of military goods and technology; Contractor beware: the intersection of international..
Sanctions against Iran in Israel; Germany: Foreign trade audit – how to be best prepared; Australia’s strengthened export controls; Is Minsk winning the war with Brussels?; Balancing the freedom..
U.S. export control laws applicable to China; U.S. export control reform: a summary of the major changes; A practical approach to dealing with Argentina’s import restrictions; China announces..
German experiences with the new EU Sanctions Guidelines; Germany: voluntary disclosure pros and pitfalls; Switzerland: sanctions and the Middle East; U.S. trade with North Korea: the sanctions,..
New York DFS looks at non-U.S. reinsurers’ compliance with Iran sanctions law; Export compliance clauses: a strong enough shield against the U.S. government?; U.S. Final Rules changes without..