Tag Archives: Turkey

President Trump: “When It Comes to Leverage, Tariffs Are King” – What You Need to Know

Since taking office in January 2017, President Trump has made use of several provisions of US law – including Section 301, targeting unfair trade practices, and Section 232, targeting threats to national security – to bring trading partners to the negotiating table. Major developments over the last two weeks could impact global supply chains across a wide range … Continue Reading

UK Revokes Certain Open General Export Licences

On 4 January 2018, the Export Council Joint Unit (ECJU) of the UK Department for International Trade revoked Open General Export Licences (OGELs) applicable to dual-use technology items, cryptographic development, low value shipments, and dual-use items for oil and gas exploration, as well as OGELs for Turkey. The ECJU suggested they will be replaced very … Continue Reading

Russia to Lift Sanctions on Turkey

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has announced that Russia is set to remove on a gradual basis its economic sanctions against Turkey. The sanctions are to be lifted “gradually” to prevent any harm against Russian producers. Russia’s sanctions on Turkey restrict the import of certain Turkish goods, including fruit and vegetables, and tourism to Turkey.… Continue Reading
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