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US to relax North Korea sanctions to allow coronavirus aid

US to relax North Korea sanctions to allow coronavirus aid

US government will ‘facilitate the approval of assistance from US and international aid organisations’.

Japan tells China: re-export law a barrier to buying Chinese

Japan tells China: re-export law a barrier to buying Chinese

Japanese business associations caution China against damaging ‘strong participation in global value chains’.

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EU ‘paves the way’ for Magnitsky-style legislation

Borrell: ‘This will be a tangible step reaffirming the European Union’s global lead on human rights.’

OFAC issues first general licence for GLOMAG wind-down and designates 18 for human rights abuses

On 9 December, OFAC issued its first ever general licence under the Global Magnitsky Sanctions Regulations.

US Treasury unveils sweeping sanctions against Russia cybercriminal group

Steven T. Mnuchin: ‘Our goal is to shut down Evil Corp.’

OFAC reaches settlement with Chubb and Allianz over apparent Cuba violations

Chubb’s apparent violations related to Swiss insurer it merged with in 2016.

US senators move to turn off the taps on Nordstream

The Protecting Europe’s Energy Security Act 2019 is tabled for the new year.

Uyghur Act draws China outrage

Legislation allows for sanctions on Chinese officials for their role in the oppression of ethnic and Muslim minorities by the Chinese government.

US charges international ring with sanctions evasion

‘This prosecution demonstrates the high priority the Department of Justice places on the enforcement of U.S. restrictions on exports to Russia’s oil and gas industry.’

US lawyer barred from Huawei case

Prosecutors argued that former DOJ lawyer could use confidential information to 'materially advance' Huawei’s defence strategy.

Ukraine and EU to tackle firearm trafficking in ‘unstable’ Eastern Europe

Initiative to address ‘significant safety and security risks and challenges related to the spread of illicit weapons.’

US continues hardball approach to Caracas – softens on baseball

OFAC: action ‘targets the former Maduro regime’s corruption in the oil sector and the mechanisms used to transport oil to the Cuban regime.’

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