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The rise Of LNG Derivatives
Traditionally, LNG has been traded under long-term contracts under which pricing was almost always linked to the price of crude oil.
UK
9 Aug 2019
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US Dramatically Increases Sanctions On Venezuela
On August 5, 2019, President Trump signed an executive order (the New EO) that significantly expands US sanctions on the Government of Venezuela.
United States
8 Aug 2019
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Breaking Down Canada's Enhanced Sanctions On Venezuela
Canada's recently expanded sanctions against Venezuela, announced in April, could result in risk for Canadian firms doing business in the country.
Canada
5 Jun 2019
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Release Of Cargo Without Production Of The Original Bill Of Lading In Brazil – A Successful Defence
Under the Chinese Maritime Code, a carrier is strictly obliged to deliver cargo against the production of the original Bill of Lading, and it is, therefore, usually very difficult to defend a claim
China
27 May 2019
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International Trade & Commodities Newsletter: In-Short V11
Since our last edition of In-Short, geopolitics have continued to generate uncertainty in the commodities markets: important differences ...
UK
3 Apr 2019
6
Block-Buster: How TradeTech Could Change The World
The possibilities opened up by technologies such as blockchain could revolutionise international trade; but there are legal challenges that remain to be confronted.
UK
2 Apr 2019
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How Will The Commodities Industry React To Geopolitical Tensions And Technological Innovations?
The commodities industry faces a difficult year ahead with an ever changing political landscape, a US - China trade war and the introduction of innovative technology: this will present new challenges,
UK
2 Apr 2019
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OFSI Publish Details Of First Fine For Financial Sanctions Breach
The fine was reduced by 50 percent from GBP10,000 due to disclosure by Raphaels Bank to, and its cooperation with, OFSI.
UK
28 Mar 2019
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China's Belt And Road Initiative And Its Two Latin American Gateways
In 2013, President Xi Jinping, recreating the Silk Road—a network of trade routes that connected the East and the West for over 1,500 years ...
Worldwide
15 Feb 2019
10
International Trade & Commodities Newsletter: In-Short V10
The commodities markets have seen some turmoil over the last 8 months globally.
Worldwide
25 Jan 2019
11
International Arbitration 2019: What To Look Out For!?
As 2019 begins we can't resist the temptation to consider what the year might bring for our international arbitration practice.
UK
8 Jan 2019
12
ASEAN Insights: Singapore's Role In Regional Trade And Supply Chains
Singapore has a significant role to play in the success of The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) economic community.
Singapore
13 Dec 2018
13
OFAC Fires Shot Across The Bow Of Middle East Shipping Industry
OFAC, together with the US Coast Guard and the US Department of State, has just issued a timely reminder of the risks of shipping petroleum products to Syria and Iran.
United Arab Emirates
28 Nov 2018
14
US Issues An Advisory On "Sanctions Risks Related To Shipping Petroleum To Syria"
On November 20, 2018, OFAC along with the State Department and Coast Guard, issued an extensive advisory on "Sanctions Risks Related to Shipping Petroleum to Syria" (the Advisory).
United States
26 Nov 2018
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Brexit - Is The UK Ready For A No Deal, And What Would It Mean In Practice?
The UK's 40+ years of EU membership requires not only a new relationship for the future, but revisiting those from the past.
UK
6 Nov 2018
16
Brexit: Maintaining Supply Chain Resilience
Countdown to Brexit: Where next and how can businesses prepare?
UK
2 Nov 2018
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Nori Holdings V Bank Okritie [2018] EWHC 1343 (Comm)
Court holds that English court cannot grant ant-suit injunction to restrain proceedings in another Member State court brought in breach of an arbitration agreement
European Union
24 Oct 2018
18
US-China Trade Dispute Escalation Could Increase Supply Chain Disputes
No one can know what lies ahead for US-China trade. But in the here and now, increased tariffs can give rise to a variety of disputes on the waterfront.
United States
23 Oct 2018
19
Commercial Dispute Resolution Newsletter - October 2018
Notwithstanding Brexit, the United Kingdom appears to remain the preferred forum for many parties in dispute
UK
19 Oct 2018
20
Update - UK Government Notices Of No Deal Brexit And Aviation
While the UK government stresses that it is still working on and hoping for a negotiated outcome.
UK
7 Oct 2018
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