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In This Week's Issue

October 15, 2018

Treasury Begins Pilot Program for Updated CFIUS Rules
Although the final regulations will not be effective until February 2020, Treasury will do a 16-month test run to implement the expanded jurisdiction of the Committee on Foreign...

Industry Mines Support for Section 232 Uranium Investigation
Unlike the other Section 232 investigations that the administration has started, the question of “whether the present quantity and circumstances of uranium ore and product...

FinCEN Advisory Predicts Evasion of Iran Sanctions
With three weeks to go before the reimposition of Iran sanctions, financial institutions should be on the lookout for possible evasive practices involving Iranian shipping...

Briefs: Russia, Nuclear Exports, Hizballah

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