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US and Venezuela – rising tensions

US and Venezuela – rising tensions

Tensions are escalating both within Venezuela and internationally between the US, Venezuela, and Venezuela’s patrons, China and Russia... implications could be significant including on oil prices and the US sanctions regime.
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Mexican decree on taxes – wider context with the US

Mexican decree on taxes – wider context with the US

This article on a recent Mexican decree on taxation near the US border is a joint collaboration between zeiler.partners, Mexican and Austrian lawyers with offices in Mexico City and Vienna, and Floyd Zadkovich, US and English lawyers with offices in New York and London. The Decree and its tax breaks could be a significant factor in the presently fluid US-Mexico relationship.
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US sanctions vs. EU Blocking Regulation – Aired in Court

US sanctions vs. EU Blocking Regulation – Aired in Court

All US sanctions lifted under the 2015 deal were re-imposed against Iran on 5 November 2018. The EU, China and others appear intent on continuing to facilitate "legitimate business" with Iran as well. How that plays out, we shall see. Here we review the EU Blocking Regulation and an insurance case that touched upon these sanctions regulations.
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