e-Book: Government intensifies sanctions enforcement

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The United Kingdom has become the second country behind the United States to issue guidance for companies in the maritime shipping industry helping them ferret out suspicious or illicit practices used by those hoping to evade sanctions.

This e-Book explores that guidance and also examines the first-ever U.S.-North Korea sanctions deferred prosecution agreement entered into by cigarette filter maker Essentra FZE, the case of cookware coating manufacturer Whitford Worldwide, which will pay $824K for its subsidiary dealings in Iran, a rare sanctions enforcement action against a U.S. citizen, and the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s recent sanctions against 11 individuals for “undermining Hong Kong’s autonomy.”

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