An already long reel of U.S. government sanctions grew longer this week, when President Donald Trump announced new penalties on certain transactions involving the government of Venezuela.

Add that to the push for new sanctions on Iran prompted by the American withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal and measures designed to punish oligarchs in Russia, and international trade attorneys who work on the subject are busier than ever.

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