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EU3 protest Iran’s ‘disengagement’ from JCPOA commitments

EU3 protest Iran’s ‘disengagement’ from JCPOA commitments

Concern grows following reports that Iran is to restart uranium enrichment activities at the Fordow facility.

OFAC permits US persons to make certain payments to Venezuela government

OFAC permits US persons to make certain payments to Venezuela government

Licence will enable payment of taxes and other fees to the Venezuelan government, but comes with certain obligations.

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US targets Chinese companies with sanctions aimed at starving DPRK of funds

Chinese bank and shipping company among those designated for North Korea ties.

Trump announces reversal of Obama’s rapprochement with Cuba

Presidential memorandum directs Commerce and Treasury to ‘initiate a process to adjust the current regulations’.

OFAC fines US Honda finance company for Canadian car exports to Cuba

Failures in restricted parties screening systems to blame.

P&I clubs issue Qatar advice as neighbours sever ties

Vessels considering calling at Qatari ports should ‘fully analyse’ the implications ‘before agreeing to do so’.

OFAC penalty reversed in Epsilon Electronics case

Case shows that agency enforcement actions from OFAC can be subject to judicial review.

US presses China to impose sanctions on DPRK

And threatens sanctions on any country found to be supporting the North Korean government.

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