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Turkish National Denied Export Privileges for 20 Years

Turkish National Denied Export Privileges for 20 Years. The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry & Security (BIS) announced that a Turkish national agreed to a denial of his export privileges for 20 years to settle charges that he aided and abetted his company’s transfer of U. S. origin aircraft to Iran Air without […]

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GAO to Investigate West Coast Port Congestion

GAO to Investigate West Coast Port Congestion A U.S. senator asked the GAO (Government Accountability Office) to research the effects of the labor-related slowdown at West Coast ports. Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) released the letter she sent on April 15. Fischer wants GAO to examine four points: the impact of the slowdown on related industries, including agriculture, […]

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Are You Ready for ACE?

Are You Ready for ACE? The first deadline is fast approaching – May 1st! What is Ace? See our blog post  Here are the deadlines as posted by the CBP: May 1, 2015: The deadline for mandatory use of ACE for all electronic manifest filing. Nov. 1, 2015: The deadline for mandatory use of ACE […]

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As a result of Export Control Reform….

As a result of Export Control Reform…. The Office of Defense Trade Controls Licensing (DTCL) will be reorganized into four operational divisions: Space, Missile and Sensor Systems Electronic and Training Systems Sea, Land and Air Systems Light Weapons and Personal Protective Equipment Systems In addition, the Plans, Personnel, Programs and Procedures division will consolidate many […]

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DOJ: Company to Pay $232.7M for Violating US Sanctions Against Iran and Sudan

DOJ: Company to Pay $232.7M for Violating US Sanctions Against Iran and Sudan Schlumberger Ltd., the world’s largest oil-field services company, has agreed to enter a guilty plea and to pay a $232,708,356 penalty to the United States for conspiring to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) by willfully facilitating illegal transactions and […]

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