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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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Pyongyang denies Wannacry attack

Experts suggest DPRK seeking cryptocurrencies as sanctions dry up cash to the country.

Canada to add Mexico and Japan to firearm list?

Consultation open on possible permits for exports of certain prohibited firearms to the two countries.

EU extends Burundi sanctions

Travel ban and asset freeze against four persons in Burundi extended by 12 months.

US considering re-imposing sanctions on Myanmar

Sanctions possible as response to the treatment of the country’s Rohingya population.

OFAC issues new Belarus licence

OFAC has published a general licence relating to entities blocked under the Belarus Sanctions Regulations.

Angola bribes land suspended UK sentences

Three former senior employees of German logistics company given suspended prison sentences.

Transparency International launches online anti-bribery tool

Free-to-use tool ‘aims to provide consistent and implementable procedures for companies operating in multiple jurisdictions.’

JCPOA de-certification an ‘internal US process’, says EU

President Trump declined to re-certify Iran’s compliance with the JCPOA on 13 October.

EU tightens sanctions on North Korea

Tougher sanctions extend the ban on EU investment concerning DPRK to all sectors.

Canada publishes consolidated sanctions list

Consolidated list includes individuals and entities subject to specific sanctions regulations.

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