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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OFAC’s change on tech exports to Iran; Getting to an Arms Trade Treaty; How to bankrupt a chemical company – an export control commentary; Illegal or unjustified seizure of dual-use items in..
Sanctions de-designation cases in the European Court; Contractual disputes arising from sanctions in the aftermath of the Arab Spring; Are voluntary self-disclosures with the U.S. export agencies a..
The Magnitsky List: a trend-setter process in global human rights and compliance law?; Weighing in: U.S. vs UK export controls; Brazil: implementing economic sanctions on foreign trade operations; An..
Entering the Libyan market today: sanctions in post-Gaddafi Libya; Export controls in Africa: the face of the future; How non-U.S. companies may become subject to U.S. re-export controls; U.S...
Deemed export considerations for the biotech and pharmaceutical industries; Israel: exporting controlled technology; Non-Community dual-use items under the transit regime in France; Shipping industry..
Germany debates new export control law; Cloud computing and EU export controls compliance; The Slovak Republic’s export control regime; Out of Mexico: a step-by-step guide to compliant exporting;..
Australia: balancing ITAR compliance with employment and human rights legislation; Licensed exports to China: a not so level playing field; South Africa-IAEA deal presages Africa’s nuclear..
Sanctions hitting medical supplies to Iran; Argentina’s protectionist policies; EU and U.S. economic sanctions listing and de-listing process; The UNTOC as another tool in export enforcement..
New Australia autonomous sanctions; The story behind SCB’s $340m settlement; Changes to Japan’s export licensing system; Burma: U.S. reporting requirements; Germany moves to modernize trade..