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Global | Publication | September 2022
Given the continuing rapid pace of change in the US sanctions landscape, it is now more important than ever for companies—both US and non-US—to understand various types of US sanctions and their potential influence on the global matrix of business risks, as well as to stay abreast of key developments so that they can nimbly anticipate and prepare their business to respond to emergent US sanctions risks and compliance challenges.
1. Provides a high-level overview of the current state of US sanctions laws and regulations, including:
2. Serves as a helpful practical tool for companies with cross-border operations
3. Provides a global heat map of areas presenting US sanctions related risks for cross-border businesses
This guide only includes sanctions imposed by the US. For information on all global sanctions, including EU and UK, please visit the NRF Institute's cross-border sanctions guide.
The US sanctions space is very active and changes are made frequently. This guide is current as of September 6, 2022, and will be updated periodically to reflect the most recent changes.
Special thanks to Claire Huitt for her contributions to this article.
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