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Eric Baird, former CEO of the Sarasota-based package consolidation and shipping service Access USA Shipping, has agreed to pay $17M for willful violations of Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) regulations. https://t.co/n8u2UWKvFp
While still on track to take place, the lifting of the sanctions may now be in doubt given that Congress is reviewing the decision. https://t.co/GcaQqbPpBy
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Recent US$1.3B fine levied against Société Générale S.A. represents the second largest penalty against a financial institution for violating U.S. sanctions, following only the US$8.9B fine levied against BNP Paribas in 2014. https://t.co/xoetN1Gpv6