U.S. government agencies publish more than 139 different lists of denied parties (individuals, companies and other organizations) with which it is illegal to engage in international trade.

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“Even if your products don’t require an export license, there may be restrictions on exporting your products. Several U.S. departments and other government agencies publish restricted party lists (also known as denied parties) with whom you can’t do business.

“Shipping Solutions export compliance software makes it fast and easy to check more than 140 lists at once and provides the details you need if it finds any potential matches. The Shipping Solutions consolidated denied parties list includes names from the lists published by these departments:

  • Commerce Department,
  • Justice Department,
  • State Department,
  • Treasury Department,
  • Justice Department,
  • Department of Homeland Security,
  • Defense Department, and
  • Other federal and state government agencies.

“In addition, Shipping Solutions screens names and addresses against other government lists and organizations like the United Nations and the European Union.”

Source: Shipping Solutions