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The Iran Sanctions Are Coming for Your Supply Chain

Material Handling & Logistics

This spring, President Donald Trump announced that the United States was pulling out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (“JCPOA”), commonly known as the Iran Deal. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appeared to confirm new sanctions when he threatened to impose “the strongest sanctions in history” on Iran. operations. Action Steps.

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Mitigating Geopolitical Risks in the Supply Chain, Part One

Enterra Insights

” • Isolated Iran. According to Kupchan and Bremmer, “Before Russia’s fall from grace, Iran had been the world’s most powerful rogue state, itself effectively ‘decoupled’ from the international community. .” And now Iran has wedded itself to Putin’s imperial ambitions in Ukraine.


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Iran Seizes Second Oil Tanker, Heightening Shipping Fears

Supply Chain Brain

The incident is the latest flare-up in one of the world’s most oil-rich regions, after Iran seized another tanker in the nearby Gulf of Oman April 27.

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inside aioneers: Meet Supply Chain Consultant, Sara


Sara has the most interesting background you can imagine, starting in Iran for her bachelor's in Industrial Engineering, and including society-changing projects and fascinating doctoral research into tech investment. Hear about her journey and how she is keeping up the learning as a supply chain consultant at aioneers.

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2023 Sanctions Trends

Exiger Perspectives

2023 Sanctions Trends at a Glance Increased Number of Fines Increased Spend on Sanctions Compliance Multi-Jurisdictional Alignment on Sanctions Crypto Firms in the Spotlight All Eyes on China What’s Next for Iran? What's Next for Iran? How Can Firms Prepare for Sanctions? How Can Firms Prepare for Sanctions?

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This Week in Logistics News (February 19 – 25)

Logistics Viewpoints

shale or Iran, for example. The United States and Iran have been engaged in indirect nuclear talks in Vienna that could lead to the removal of sanctions on Iranian oil sales. “Supply concerns may also spur oil stockpiling activity, which supports prices.”. Ramping up shale oil suppliesSaudi Arabis has signaled they won’t pump more.

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Iran and International Trade Expansion

Logistics Viewpoints

Last week negotiators from the P5+1 (or EU+3) and Iran developed a preliminary agreement on Iran’s nuclear program. This opened the door for Iranian sanction relief and presents the question, “How will Iran’s international trade change, and what partners will benefit?”

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