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A list of sources to check when looking for information on sanctions:




  • EU sanctions (via EEAS): Financial Sanctions in Force - Electronic list (click on current list view - takes a while for page to load up. Searchable but using CTRL+F is probably easier). An RSS feed is available for latest updates.
  • Sanction information can also be found via Eur-Lex and finding the appropriate Council Decision/Regulation on financial sanctions imposed on a country. 



You may also be interested in reading Loyita Worley's article on sanctions generally - Internet Newsletter for Lawyers, March 2015.

To keep up to date, you may wish to follow the European Sanctions blog which also lists EU sanctions in force

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