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US sanctions Russia and China-based IT companies for connections to DPRK

US sanctions Russia and China-based IT companies for connections to DPRK

A Chinese IT company, its Russian counterpart and its North Korean CEO are all sanctioned.

US legislation gives BIS greater powers

US legislation gives BIS greater powers

BIS will lead a new inter-agency probe to identify technologies crucial to US national security.

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President Trump authorises foreign-interference-in-elections review

Executive order will formalise the review of foreign interference in US elections.

UK’s ECJU issues guidance over changes to the export of firearms

Guidance details alignment with EU controls and steps to take when assessing controlling regulations.

EU extends Ukraine sanctions

Asset freezes and travel restrictions will continue to March 2019.

OFAC: new FAQs on the term ‘maintenance’ in Russia general licences

FAQs relate to general licences issued to allow certain dealings with sanctioned Russian companies.

 BAFA publishes update on the demilitarisation of war weapons

Demilitarisation of war weapons governed by new ordinance from 7 September.

US may impose sanctions against ‘illegitimate’ International Criminal Court

John Bolton: Court ‘unacceptably threatens American sovereignty and US national security interests’.

EU amends Iraq sanctions

EU amends Iraq sanctions

September, 2018

Iraqi company removed from the list of individuals and entities subject to an asset freeze.

US sanctions DPRK parties for cyberattacks

Sanctioned parties include alleged hacker responsible for 2014 Sony Pictures cyberattack.

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