The Sanctions & Export Control Newsletter

Germany: German BAFA publishes its newsletter for May and June 2019
Germany: The SPV INSTEX would soon to be operational
China: China has announced the establishment of an export control mechanism for sensitive technologies
United States: The United States sanctions Iran’s largest petrochemical holding group
United States: Resolutions presented to impose conditions on the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia
United States: OFAC designates a Syrian businessman and his network
United States: U.S. and Iranian nationals charged with conspiring to illegally export aircraft component to Iran
United States: Amendment of three General licenses related to Venezuela
United States: OFAC agrees settlement with Western Union for violations of the Global Terrorism Sanctions Regulations
United States: OFAC has taken sanctions against the largest petrochemical group of Iran
United States: Fiat Chrysler sales chief files whistleblower suit over SEC probe
United States: Google warns of US national security risks from Huawei ban
United States: Agreement between the OFAC and Expedia on the alleged violations of the United States Sanctions on Cuba.
United Kingdom: OFSI publishes a guidance on Russia finance and investment restrictions in case of Brexit “No Deal”
European Union: General Court of the European Union dismiss claim for damages of Bank Saderat
European Union: European investors reaffirm their involvement in Cuba despite US sanctions

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