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European and US Sanctions: Extraterritorial hazard for non-EU/US entities

July 2013

Client Notes

The last three years has seen a rapidly evolving array of EU and US economic and trade sanctions.  The states subject to sanctions are often rich in natural resources and deeply engrained in international trade.  They include Iran and Syria - responsible for significant global supplies of oil and gas products; and states in Africa, holding metal and mineral resources.  These industries are deeply affected by sanctions. 

Read the full newsletter: 'European and US Sanctions: Extraterritorial hazard for non-EU/US entities'

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