Navigating international sanctions
Economic and trade sanctions have become a favoured geopolitical tool of governments. The ever-evolving rules are complex and the risks of violation can be high.
Every company operating across borders needs to consider how possible sanctions might affect their business, how to manage the risks existing sanctions bring and how to position itself as sanctions are withdrawn.
Companies that properly formulate their objectives, plan their strategy and implement it well will benefit from being in a better position to navigate sanctions when they hit and may well have a competitive advantage.
Designed to help you think about how to respond before sanctions are imposed, during sanctions and after the sanctions change, our guide will help you consider these business-critical matters. This guide is also available in Chinese.