Each issue of worldecr includes reporting of key developments in export control regulation, enforcement and sanctions, and advice on compliance and best practice around the globe.
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An overview of Ukrainian export controls * EU Note shows Member States’ differing implementation of Dual-Use Regulation * Employees of designated companies may not get into Canada * Danish export..
Congress to target Boeing-Iran deal * BREXIT: now what happens? * Russia extends embargo on EU, U.S. and other food and agricultural products *Iran: sanctions minefield for non-U.S. companies * U.S...
Three years in: EU sanctions against Russia * EU: toward a common catch-all controls policy * Commerce and State departments revise technology export definitions * EU Court rules on compensation for..
Italy bans exports of Hacking Team surveillance products to Egypt * Penalty spot: enforcement in Brazil * Switzerland responds to the JCPOA * Doing business with China? Beware the export control..
Profile: the Swedish Export Control Society * The Iran Procurement Channel: turning concept into practice * Step-by-step overview of commodity jurisdiction * Japan: Revising arms export regulation *..
UK financial sanctions enforcement new powers and tougher sentences * U.S. enacts North Korea sanctions legislation * Amendments to Canada’s Iran sanctions regime * Talking export controls with..
UK arms exports to Saudi under scrutiny * Top 10 things to know about implementation of the Iran nuclear agreement * U.S. and EU restricted party screening: when enough is enough * SimEX 2015: EU..
Enforcement in Australia * Talking export controls with Brian Nilsson * Germany/EU: cloud data transfer controls * The impact of U.S. controls on universities * SPECIAL FOCUS: PREDICTIONS FOR 2016
More non-U.S. banks hit with sanctions fines * The tricky business of de-risking * Canada: new dual-use General Export Permit * ‘Facilitation’: A new tool for extra-territorial sanctions..