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EU SANCTIONS May 20
US govt ban on shipments to was a devastating blow to ZTE. 84% of ZTE phones shipped in 1Q ran on Chips from Qualcomm. Many other key components come from US companies SunDisc, Skyworks, Corning. Without them, ZTE stopped operations.
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AG Trade Law 13h
OFAC Issues General License 15 Expanding and Extending Authorized Activities with GAZ Group Until October 23, 2018
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AG Trade Law May 23
United States Imposes New Sanctions Restricting Transactions with the Government of Venezuela
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Steptoe Int'l Reg May 22
Steptoe’s Anthony Rapa authors article on unmanned systems and in Unmanned Systems magazine
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John Boscariol May 22
Senate panel moves to stop Trump from relaxing sanctions on ZTE
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John Boscariol May 22
China Slashes Tariffs On US Autos After Trump Tossed Preserver To ZTE
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Doug Jacobson May 22
On May 24, 2018 DDTC and BIS will publish proposed rules moving certain firearms & ammunition from the to the CCL (USML Categories I, II, III). There will be a 45 day public comment period.
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CTP May 22
Piece by on the situation re: ZTE. Includes link to BIS doc on the ZTE investigation and lessons learned, intended to be a teachable moment for other companies that may fall into OEE's cross hairs.
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CTP May 22
U.S., China Agree on Outline to Settle ZTE Controversy by
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Upjohn Institute May 22
Companies considering defense contracting: SW Mich. Procurement Technical Assistance Center hosts and EAR Compliance presentation with on Thursday.
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Amber Road May 21
The US announces its continuation of the national emergency with respect to the stabilization of Iraq
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John Boscariol May 21
“emerging trend among some big corporations is the melding of their risk and compliance functions with their environmental, social, governance and human-rights programs”
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John Boscariol May 18
U.S. House panel hopes to vote soon on bill tightening foreign investment
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WorldECR May 18
Earlybird discount for DC WorldECR Forum on sanctions and export controls (June 4-5th) expires today! Great speakers and topics -- and oh, such interesting times...Be part of the conversation.
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John Boscariol May 18
Thanks for the alert . Canadian companies added to BIS unverified list are: Laval Electronics of Laval, Quebec Services GP Tek, a.k.a. Nouvelle Option, of Montreal, Quebec
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World Trade Controls May 17
Thanks for supporting our seminar on ' and regimes disruption by new technologies' on 11.06.2018 in : 🇺🇸🇪🇺🇮🇷💻💻✈️
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Zoe Stanley-Lockman May 17
Replying to @zoemsl
Between unprecedented presidential lobbying on behalf of & potential firearms exports changes, at least part of US news is reflective of main concerns today
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Zoe Stanley-Lockman May 17
US Congress showing worried signs about US tech used for repressive Chinese state surveillance. not assessing concerns in Xinjiang province, especially for crackdowns on
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eCustoms May 16
Where companies fall on the export compliance spectrum is often overlooked during the M&A due diligence process.
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Steptoe&JohnsonLLP May 16
.'s Anthony Rapa authored an article titled “ and : What Your Company Needs to Know” for Unmanned Systems magazine
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