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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Top 10 things to know about the easing of sanctions under the Iran Nuclear Agreement * Myanmar, sanctions and investment update * Australia’s new U.S.-influenced export controls * Export controls..
Export control issues for academia * Enforcement of trade controls in Germany * More effective enforcement of export control rules in Sweden * Same but different: the U.S. and EU * capital markets..
U.S. sanctions developments in 2015 * DOE revises regulations on nuclear technology exports * CFIUS annual report highlights need for planning in cross-border M&A * Israel’s export control system *..
EO authorises sanctions against hackers * Caught in the 129 brokering trap * Sanctions biting business in Russia * Enforcement of export controls in the UK * South Korea’s system of export controls..
Cuba and the United States move closer; Sanctions in their sights: the UK bar gets busy; Between a rock and a hard place: the German anti-boycott law; Dual-use controls outreach: a new method; Recent..
U.S. implements measures to liberalise Cuba sanctions and export controls; Aerospace/Defence: export control challenges; Analysis of an export control system: the Russian Federation; Congress takes..
An overview of India’s export control regime; P5+1 and Iran extend talks to 30 June 2015; Transition time for trade control in Tokyo; Boardtalk: going beyond compliance; Fokker’s Iran sanctions..
Wind River action looks to spell the end of exporter ‘encryption complacency’; Talking export controls with Ian J. Stewart; Proliferation indicators and the use of the catch-all mechanism;..
The sanctions regime of the World Bank and other IFIs; Talking export controls with Eric Hirschhorn; India’s Additional Protocol and the IAEA; Belgium’s regional controls on defence-related..