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New US and EU Sanctions. How to Stay on the Safe Side

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New US and EU Sanctions. How to Stay on the Safe Side

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On May 13, the EU published an extended sanctions list concerning the Ukrainian crisis

An additional 13 persons have been added to the existing list and for the first time, the EU placed two legal entities on it. Both the EU and the US lists collectively contain now 97 persons and legal entities, which makes the situation confusing for many companies. After receiving positive feedback on RUSSIA CONSULTING’s first Newsletter on this topic, we gladly offer this update and bring a CASE STUDY on how to deal with the sanctions.

Access the full newsletter update about EU and US Sanctions here in English.

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