The Export Practitioner is the only monthly magazine devoted exclusively to news and analysis of U.S. export controls and trade sanctions.

Since 1987, The Export Practitioner has provided readers with expert reports on changes to U.S. export licensing rules, enforcement policies and regulations for defense and dual-use products and technology.

July 2018

Features

ZTE Shoots, Senate Blocks, Denial Order Still in Place
U.S. companies that do business with ZTE will have to wait a bit longer to know when they can ship their products as the denial order against the firm is still in place.
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Focus on Enforcement

Aruban Official Sent to Prison for Foreign Bribery Scheme
A Dutch citizen and Aruban government official residing in Miami was sentenced to 36 months in prison for conspiracy to commit money laundering in...
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Bay Area Residents Plead Guilty in Export Scheme
A Northern California husband and wife pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) for their roles in a scheme to...
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Chinese National Indicted for Illegal Marine Exports
A Chinese national residing in Wellesley, Mass., his company and a blocked Chinese military research institute were indicted June 26, 2018, for...
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Ericsson Settles OFAC Charge of Violating Sudan Sanctions
Ericsson, Inc. (EUS) of Plano, Texas, and Ericsson, AB (EAB) of Stockholm, Sweden, agreed June 6, 2018, to pay Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets...
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Fla. Man Sentenced for Illegal USML Exports
A Ukraine-born naturalized U.S. citizen was sent to prison for conspiring to illegally export military-grade night-vision rifle scopes, thermal...
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Iranian Businessman Draws Indictment on Export Charges
An Iranian businessman was indicted for plotting to illegally export U.S.-origin items including 7075 T6 aluminum tubing to Iran via Belgium and...
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Legg Mason, Societe Generale Settle Justice FCPA Charges
Maryland-based investment management firm Legg Mason and French financial services firm Societe Generale agreed June 4, 2018, to settle separate,...
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Russians, Syrians Indicted for Violating Syria Sanctions
Five Russian and three Syrian nationals were indicted June 12, 2018, in D.C. U.S. District Court on charges they conspired to violate U.S. economic...
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Trade Sanctions

Administration Eyes JCPOA Wind-Down for Iran Exports
The administration is beginning work to unwind regulations relating to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). For one, Treasury's Office...
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OFAC Implements Global Magnitsky Sanctions
Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) June 29, 2018, added regulations to implement the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability...
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Policy Briefs

House Passes CFIUS Bill, White House Approves
When it comes to updating and expanding the jurisdiction of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS), it seems both houses of...
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End Notes

END NOTES
RUSSIA : OFAC June 4 issued Ukraine-/Russia-related General License (GL) 16 extending authorization for U.S. persons to engage in "specified...
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