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EU imposes cyber sanctions for the first time

The European Union has imposed its first ever cyber sanctions against six individuals and three entities involved in significant cyber-attacks or attempted cyber-attacks against the EU or...

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UK extends China arms embargo to Hong Kong but stops short of announcing sanctions designations

The UK Government has announced that it is extending theUK's arms embargo on China to Hong Kong, following China's imposition of new national security laws on the former...

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Is national security a game changer for foreign investment control regimes and M&A transactions in Europe?

Governments all over the world are continuing to take steps to strengthen their powers to intervene in foreign direct investments ("FDI") into their countries. These changes come at a time...

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UK announces first sanctions designations under new global human rights sanctions regime

The UK Government has issued sanctions for the first time under the new global human rights sanctions regime against individuals and organisations responsible for human right violations....

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BIS issues frequently asked questions to clarify the military end use/user rule International Trade Alert

On 29 June 2020, the final rule expanding the military end user/user controls (MEU) issued by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) went into effect.

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EU Commission takes action against three Member States over lack of implementation of AML obligations

The European Commission has referred Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to fully implement the fourth Anti-Money Laundering...

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Antitrust, competition, and economic regulation quarterly newsletter - Spring 2020

Read the roundup of news on antitrust, competition and economic regulation (ACER) in the Spring edition of our quarterly ACER newsletter.

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EU imposes sanctions on Venezuelan officials

The Council of the European Union has imposed restrictive measures on 11 leading Venezuelan officials, because of their role in acts and decisions undermining democracy and the rule of law...

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EU extends economic sanctions against Russia by six months

The EU has extended until 31 January 2021 restrictive measures against Russia that target the financial, energy and defence sectors, as well as the area of dual‑use goods.

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