Dodging U.S. Exporting Pitfalls

02 April 2011 Publication
Authors: Gregory Husisian

Aftermarket Business

Foley Of Counsel Gregory Husisian authored an article that appeared in the April 2011 issue of Aftermarket Business titled "Dodging U.S. Exporting Pitfalls." Husisian discusses the U.S. government’s increased focus on prosecuting penalties under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and various penalties for U.S. sanctions and export controls. He states that all U.S. companies that export or operate abroad need to pay increasing attention to compliance with these laws, adding that close attention to these regulations is the best way for automotive sector exporters subject to U.S. regulations to manage the pitfalls of their inherently risky area of operation.


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