economic sanctions

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economic sanctions

pl n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) any actions taken by one nation or group of nations to harm the economy of another nation or group, often to force a political change
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North-South Korea cooperation in the steel industry, PNG (Pipeline Natural Gas) projects as well as the various trade sanction cases were also discussed.
RUSSIA Putin in trade sanction order PRESIDENT Vladimir Putin has ordered government agencies to restrict imports of food and agricultural products from the countries that have imposed sanctions against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.
The European Commission (EC) is urging European countries to impose trade sanction on Belize over illegal fishing, while warning Curacao that it may be next, reports Caribbean360.com (Nov.
America, Elk Grove Village, Ill., will be permitted to sell its line of twin-screw compounding extruders in the U.S., following the expiration of a three-year trade sanction. Toshiba offers a line of corotating, intermeshing twin-screw extruders, as well as a newer line of TED counterrotating, intermeshing extruders.
The US imposed a partial trade sanction on the Caribbean island nation in October 1960.
impose trade sanction,'' a Japanese Foreign Ministry official said.
Airbus (EADSY) says it sees no legal basis for the U.S.' effort towards imposing trade sanctions on its aircraft, with a spokesman saying the planemaker has taken measures to comply with the "relatively minor" outstanding requirements, Reuters' Tim Hepher reports.
Summary: Munich [Germany], Feb 18 (ANI): Iran on Sunday called on theEe European Union (EU) to do more to keep the nuclear deal afloat and take a stronger stance against diplomatic pressure and trade sanctions by the US.
In December, Canadian authorities arrested a Huawei executive, Meng Wanzhou, at the request of US authorities as part of an investigation into alleged violations of trade sanctions, raising tensions with China at a time when Washington and Beijing are engaged in a broader trade war.
Sudan has suffered under US trade sanctions for two decades and only recently the sanctions were lifted.
THE Attwaters unwittingly fell foul of crippling trade sanctions imposed by the West to stop Iran developing a nuclear bomb.
Sanjeev Sanyal, the Finance Ministry's Principal Economic Adviser, said in an interview that while the economy was gathering pace, there were several external factors which were a concern including the US-China trade war, tightening of US monetary policy and rising oil prices, apart from the trade sanctions on Iran.