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International Trade

26 July 2019
Kay C Georgi Reforming US secondary sanctions: what is wrong that can be righted?

USA - Arent Fox LLP

US secondary sanctions are sanctions that the United States can apply to wholly non-US actors in wholly non-US transactions of which the US administration disapproves. A sanctioned individual or entity can be put on the Specially Designated Nationals list, but there is no well-defined numerical threshold for imposing sanctions. This article identifies some of the problems with the application of secondary sanctions and offers some potential solutions.

Authors: Kay C Georgi, Regan K Alberda, Marwa M Hassoun
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David R Hamill July update on China Section 301 tariffs: latest from China-US talks

USA - Arent Fox LLP

Authors: David R Hamill, Teresa Polino, David Salkeld

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