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Uyghur Act draws China outrage

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.

Proposed Hong Kong Human Rights Act heads to Trump’s desk

Proposed Hong Kong Human Rights Act heads to Trump’s desk

‘[T]he U.S. must send a strong message that we stand with those peacefully advocating for freedom and the rule of law.’

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Singapore amends its export control regime concerning Iran

Changes bring Singapore’s domestic legislation into line with United Nations Security Council (‘UNSC’) Resolution 2231 (2015).

Russia hits back after US sanctions

‘Russia reserves the right to resort to other measures affecting US’ interests on a basis of reciprocity.’

ExxonMobil fights back after $2m fine from OFAC

Oil giant responds with legal complaint branding OFAC’s actions ‘arbitrary’ and ‘capricious'.

EU regulation extends scope of sanctions reporting to lawyers and others in the UK

New regulation will make it an offence for a lawyer not to tell HM Treasury they know or suspect a person has breached certain sanctions.

UK government announces new OGEL for Turkish jet fighter programme

OGEL can be used by exporters to the Turkish Aerospace Industries TF-X programme.

OFAC targets Venezuelan officials over election

Sanctions target current and former government officials in the lead-up to elections in the country.

Iran promises retaliation for new US sanctions

Reciprocal sanctions to come after US lists seven entities and five individuals.

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