Iran Sanctions Update - the EU Implements New Restrictive Measures
IRAN SANCTIONS UPDATE - THE EU IMPLEMENTS NEW RESTRICTIVE MEASURES - published by Holman Fenwick Willan
The EU continues to impose new sanctions against Iran. The latest measures significantly increase the range of goods which cannot be traded (directly or indirectly) with Iran, increase the number of persons and entities which are subject to the asset freeze, and impose new restrictions on EU banks which bring them more in line with the domestic restrictions which already apply to UK banks.
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IRAN SANCTIONS UPDATE January 2013 International Commerce (655 KB)
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