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Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP | USA, United Kingdom, European Union | 14 Jul 2016

Euro-Denominated Bonds: A Quick Guide for US Utility Issuers

Over the past couple of years, many US issuers have taken advantage of historically low interest rates in Europe by selling Euro-denominated debt


Rodyk & Davidson LLP | Singapore, Iran | 29 Apr 2011

Case report: when international sanctions and assets freeze interfere with the release of an arrested ship

The recent case of The "Sahand" and other applications 2011 SGHC 27 required the court to first consider exceptional questions relating to sanctions imposed on Iran and Iranian entities by the United Nations' Security Council and whether those sanctions applied in Singapore, before it could decide on the usual admiralty law issues on whether or not to release vessels from arrest.


Steptoe & Johnson LLP | Global | 28 Feb 2011

Financial sanctions imposed on Libya

The United Nations, the Council of the European Union, the United States, the United Kingdom, and other countries have imposed targeted financial sanctions on Libya.

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