The U.S. on Thursday imposed sanctions on companies dealing with Iran’s petrochemical and oil industries.
The U.S. Commerce Department is set to deny export privileges to a network charged last week with procuring U.S.-origin goods for companies linked to Pakistan’s nuclear program — without the required licenses.
U.S. government reviews of certain business dealings involving foreign investors will continue to rise, lawyers say, as the Treasury Department last week finalized new rules that expand the jurisdiction of the interagency panel overseeing them.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Tuesday identified 15 aircraft as blocked property of Venezuelan state-owned oil firm Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PdVSA).
The U.K. government on Friday expanded its terrorism designation of Lebanese militant group Hizballah to cover the entire organization.
North Korea is looking to its art sector as part of its effort to survive U.S. and international sanctions pressure.
As North Korea adapts its economy to survive under sanctions, Pyongyang is turning to medical tourism, a sector not subject to international restrictions.
The U.S. State Department this week announced it barred entry to former Moldovan official Vladimir Plahotniuc over his involvement in corruption.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Tuesday imposed sanctions on two companies for their roles in illicitly exporting North Korean laborers in violation of United Nations restrictions.
The foreign ministers of three European countries party to the Iran nuclear deal said Tuesday in a joint statement that Tehran is not meeting the commitments to the agreement, triggering the Dispute Resolution Mechanism (DRM), which could eventually lead to the reimposition of sanctions.