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(Webinar, 8 June 2022, 14.00 - 17.00 CET)
The European Commission announced that it would extend the scope of restrictive measures on Russia and Belarus with yet another sanctions package, including blocking sanctions, transport restrictions, increased import tariffs and asset freezes. The U.S. and U.K. have imposed additional Ukraine-related sanctions and export controls on Russia and Belarus. Current international developments have broad implications for economic sanctions and export control regulation, posing a whole range of new challenges for European businesses. What are the implications for EU trade with the U.S. and China? What is the influence of Western & Russian sanctions on EU companies in China? What are the consequences for businesses in the U.S. and EU in light of the increased economic pressure against the Kremlin? And what will result from the growing economic and political tension between the U.S. and China?
This webinar provides for expert views and explanations on the current state of affairs by speakers from the U.S., EU, U.K. and China. The experts will discuss compliance challenges and enforcement risks associated with recent regulatory changes and the latest developments in U.S. and EU policies. This webinar will address rapidly evolving U.S. and EU foreign policies and their impact on cross-border trade, as well as the impact on financial services, supply chains and manufacturing. When considering the impact of the Ukraine war and the developments with China it is clear that an update on trade controls from a perspective of the EU, U.K., U.S. and China is not only timely but certainly warranted.