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Europeans trigger JCPOA dispute mechanism

Europeans trigger JCPOA dispute mechanism

Decision of France, Germany and the UK made with ‘objective of preserving the JCPOA’.

Exxon Mobil wins OFAC suit

Exxon Mobil wins OFAC suit

Texas court rules OFAC guidance unclear and reverses $2m penalty.

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US expands Iran sanctions but waives them for crash help

Sanctions target Iranian metal production and construction, manufacturing, mining and textile sectors.

Russian man jailed in Germany for illegally exporting controlled items

Exports included embargoed technology and chemicals to Russian ‘military recipients’.

New US guidance on defence services abroad

14 FAQs outline registration and authorisation requirements for provision of defence services abroad by US persons.

EU re-issues ‘terrorist list’

Those on the list can have their European financial assets frozen.

China publishes new draft of export control law

Hike in penalties for breach of the law noteworthy.

Netherlands issues ICP guidelines

The list closely resembles the EU’s 2019 ICP guidelines but is not identical.

First US controls placed on emerging tech

Certain machine learning software used in training neural networks is now controlled under the EAR.

US understood to be drafting Iraq sanctions

The move comes in response to Iraq’s proposed expulsion of American troops.

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