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Mayer Brown | Hong Kong | 25 Mar 2019

Implementation of United Nations Security Council Sanctions by the Hong Kong Authorities

The Hong Kong Government, via Acting Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Dr Bernard Chan and in response to a query from lawmaker, the


Mayer Brown | Global | 1 Mar 2011

Sweeping new sanctions imposed on Libya by the United States, United Nations, European Union, and United Kingdom

On Friday, February 25, 2011, and over the weekend, a cascade of sanctions fell on Libya, first from the United States, then from the United Nations, and then from the United Kingdom.


Mayer Brown | USA, Iran | 1 Apr 2010

Initiatives to intensify US sanctions against Iran could restrict global business operations

Legislation designed to strengthen US unilateral sanctions against, and deter companies from doing business in, Iran could affect a variety of global business operations, including some with no direct connection to Iran.

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