The Implications of Financial Sanctions

Sanctions, Embargoes, Exemptions and Licensing

Although international trade is in some ways now easier than ever, there are also more considerations that need to be borne in mind:  As well as taxes and quotas, importers and exporters need to be particularly mindful of international sanctions, as failure to comply with them can have serious consequences.

Although we cannot give advice about whether a specific transaction is legal, we’ve published a guide to help you understand what you and your clients need to do, which you can find below.

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