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Economic Sanctions & Foreign Assets Control


Regulations and other documents issued under the Trading with the Enemy Act and related U.S. laws govern embargoes and economic sanctions. Foreign assets control regulations prevent U.S. persons from engaging in prohibited trade, financial transactions, and other dealings to accomplish foreign policy and national security goals. Under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, the President of the United States has the authority during emergency situations to block the removal of foreign assets under the jurisdiction of the United States. Those orders are executed by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the Department of Treasury.

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