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Biden Likely to Continue US Trend of Heavy Sanctions Use, Observers Say

While the Joe Biden administration will likely pursue more multilateral sanctions than the Trump administration, industry should not expect the Office of Foreign Assets Control to reverse its yearslong trend of increased sanctions, a former OFAC official and law firms…Subscribe to Read >>

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US Sanctions Agency Is Losing Record Number of Employees

The agency responsible for U.S. financial sanctions lost a record number of employees last year, a trend former officials and industry lawyers say has led to longer processing times and an influx of new officials.Read More >>

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8
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16
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12–14
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