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Mensuel de avril 2024 - Fiscalité / Economie

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Export Control Compliance: The Imperative for Banks and Financial Services Providers
By Patrick GOERGEN, Founder CEO, RespectUs(1) (Luxembourg)   Part 1(2)   In a globalized world, where trade transcends borders effortlessly, export control compliance stands as a critical safeguard against the proliferation of sensitive technologies and materials to unauthorized entities.   Export control refers to the set of regulations and procedures implemented by governments to manage and monitor the export of goods, services, and technologies with the aim of protecting national security, preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and ensuring adherence to international agreements. These regulations encompass various aspects, including the classification of controlled items, the...
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