This InfoPAK addresses United States laws imposing export controls and economic and trade sanctions. These laws and their implementing regulations can present unique challenges to businesses, as they are complex and often, can be counter-intuitive to the business person. Nevertheless, U.S. government enforcement agencies expect companies to know the rules governing cross-border commerce. Further, an increasing number of companies are being held accountable for violations of these laws and regulations and are receiving ever-increasing
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