U.S Sanctions against Venezuela stepped up- international shipping largely unaffected.
In July and August of 2017 the U.S issued another Executive Order expanding on the sanctions against Venezuela. Although to date none of the U.S. sanctions appear to have had a direct effect on international shipping, attached above is further information on the topic provided by our local correspondents.
client alert on Venezuela (379 KB)
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