THE JOURNAL OF EXPORT CONTROLS AND SANCTIONS

ARCHIVE

The WorldECR archive includes all previous issues of worldecr plus additional export controls/sanctions-related information. It is available to Archive Access Subscribers only.

SEARCH ARCHIVE

From the Archive

Lifting sanctions under EU and U.S. law

Lifting sanctions under EU and U.S. law

Issue 48, March 2016

Tags: , ,

Please login or subscribe to view this content.

The lifting or partial relaxation of sanctions can offer great opportunities for business, but careful consideration of the remaining controls and enforcement risk is essential, write Daniel..

Eyes on the prize

Eyes on the prize

Issue 48, March 2016

Tags: , ,

Please login or subscribe to view this content.

The opening up of Iran is being presented in some quarters as a once-in-a-lifetime business opportunity. But if that is truly the case, what are the risks that go with it? WorldECR reports.

Scheduled air service between the U.S. and Cuba: what is the impact on aircraft finance?

Scheduled air service between the U.S. and Cuba: what is the impact on aircraft finance?

Issue 48, March 2016

Tags: , ,

Please login or subscribe to view this content.

Please Login to view this content. (Not a member? Join Today!)

OFAC fines French company $600,000 for complying with EU blocking statute

OFAC fines French company $600,000 for complying with EU blocking statute

Issue 48, March 2016

Tags:

Please login or subscribe to view this content.

Please Login to view this content. (Not a member? Join Today!)

Halliburton company settles alleged Cuba Regulations violations

Halliburton company settles alleged Cuba Regulations violations

March 2016

Tags: ,

Please login or subscribe to view this content.

Subsidiaries ‘knew or should have known they were dealing in property' in which Cuba had an interest.

French company fined for U.S. Cuba sanctions violations

French company fined for U.S. Cuba sanctions violations

February 2016

Tags:

Please login or subscribe to view this content.

OFAC determines that the company and its affiliates ‘acted with reckless disregard for U.S. sanctions'.

Exporting goods from Canada to China – what exporters need to know

Exporting goods from Canada to China – what exporters need to know

Issue 47, February 2016

Tags: , ,

Please login or subscribe to view this content.

Business and political will in Canada is behind improving trade with China. Cyndee Todgham Cherniak reviews the current regulations – and the nuances to such regulations – governing the export of..

U.S. and EU restricted party screening: when enough is enough

U.S. and EU restricted party screening: when enough is enough

Issue 47, February 2016

Tags: ,

Please login or subscribe to view this content.

When to screen? Who to screen? How far up the chain to screen? Steven Hill and Kevin Nordin examine the tricky – and very topical – matter of restricted party screening and provide some best..

OFAC and BIS further relax Cuba controls

OFAC and BIS further relax Cuba controls

Issue 47, February 2016

Tags:

Please login or subscribe to view this content.

Please Login to view this content. (Not a member? Join Today!)

Welcome, 2016

Welcome, 2016

Issue 46, December 2015

Tags: , ,

Please login or subscribe to view this content.

What does 2016 hold for export controls and sanctions? WorldECR invited experts from around the globe to gaze into the crystal ball and share their predictions. We kick off with the U.S.

Find an Export Controls Expert
SIGN UP FOR WORLDECR ALERTS

SUBSCRIBE NOW TO RECEIVE


Password Reset
Please enter your e-mail address. You will receive a new password via e-mail.