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UPDATE: Non-Commercial Airplanes and Cruise Ships on Temporary Sojourn are Now Prohibited To Travel To Cuba.

Following President Obama’s historical break in precedent, easing restrictions on Cuba in 2016, President Trump now seeks to deprive the Communist regime of revenue from American citizens. President Trump, not wanting the US to be complicit in the oppression and subjugation of Cubans, has decided to roll back the newly established relationship and directed the BlogsRead More

CATCH UP ON DTL’S TOP BLOGS FROM 2018!

  We want to make sure you stay up to date with the hottest trade topics from 2018. below is a summary of what you missed by category. Enjoy!

Chinese Telecom Giant, ZTE, Faced with Largest Penalty Ever Levied

In our previous post, we discussed ZTE’s record penalty for selling technology with US-origin chips to North Korea and Iran, in violation of US trade laws. The company initially received a $1.19 billion in penalties and was ordered to reprimand the executives responsible for the malfeasance’s as a condition to re-enter the United States (US) market BlogsRead More

Exporting 201 – Advanced Exporting Webinar 5/22 – RSVP Today!

Whether you are a new or experienced exporter, the next webinar is essential! When do you get to hear from a Board Certified Expert on actual horror stories and when it’s in your best interest to file a Disclosure? RSVP now to join our Exporting 201 webinar. And don’t forget to check out all of our upcoming webinars! RSVP BlogsRead More

OFAC Increases Civil Monetary Penalties

On March 19, 2018, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) adjusted its maximum civil monetary penalties for inflation (per the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015). The rationale for this increase is to maintain and improve the effectiveness and deterrent effect of civil monetary penalties. Any increase applies to penalties BlogsRead More

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