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2022 Sanctions and Export Enforcement Recap

Export regulators set enforcement records in 2022 on the backs of significant sanction activity against Russia, technology restrictions against China, and a number of other new controls. To help export compliance professionals, trade lawyers and others stay up to date with current enforcement trends, Export Compliance Daily has prepared the complimentary 2022 Sanctions and Export Enforcement Recap.

Covered Regulators

The 2022 Sanctions and Export Enforcement Recap covers activity from the following regulatory authorities:
•    The Bureau of Industry and Security
•    The Directorate of Defense Trade Controls
•    The Office of Foreign Assets Control
•    The Justice Department

Affected Countries

The Recap covers enforcement activity for organizations doing business in the following countries:  
•    China
•    Cuba
•    Iran
•    Libya
•    Russia
•    Syria
•    Venezuela

Industries and Categories Covered

Companies in the following industries will find detailed descriptions of regulator findings of fault and assessed penalties in order to help them understand areas in which compliance can be strengthened.
•    Agriculture
•    Aviation
•    Banking and Financial Services
•    Chemicals
•    Cybersecurity
•    Defense
•    Hospitality
•    Technology
•    Telecommunications

The 2022 Sanctions and Export Enforcement Recap is an essential resource to help export professionals understand current enforcement focus and plan compliance activities in 2023. Order your complimentary copy today.

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