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EU ‘paves the way’ for Magnitsky-style legislation

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.’

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.

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Singapore to update its strategic goods control list

Proposed changes bring Singapore’s strategic goods control list up to date with the 2016 Wassenaar Arrangement Munitions List.

Siemens pursues Russian business partner in court over breach of Crimea sanctions

Siemens said that the movement of gas turbines by a customer to Crimea was ‘against its will’.

UN Security Council responds to latest DPRK missile launch

US calls on UN members to implement UN sanctions on North Korea.

Russia extends EU counter-sanctions

Move follows earlier EU decision to extend sanctions on Russia.

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.

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