IRAN SANCTIONS: Complete and Timely Licensing Data Needed to Strengthen Enforcement of Export Restrictions

Christoff, Joseph A.
March 2010
GAO Reports;3/4/2010, preceding p1
Government Documents
The article presents the report "Iran Transactions: Complete and Timely Licensing Data Needed to Strengthen Enforcement of Export Restrictions" of the U.S. Government Accountability Office. It assesses the U.S. trade statistics depicting the export of products to Iran, treasury licenses exports in accordance with the trade restrictions and Iran's possession of U.S. military and dual-use goods. GAO suggests to provide complete information on all licenses for the export of goods to Iran.


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