Law360, New York (January 2, 2010, 6:44 PM EST) -- The past year was a slow one from an international trade perspective, as other issues took precedence and the Obama administration hedged on setting a clear trade agenda. But international trade attorneys expect progress in 2010, especially in the areas of export control reform, sanctions and climate change.
Here are some of the brewing policies and regulations international trade attorneys will be tracking in the coming year.
Stricter Sanctions for Iran
Escalating concerns over Iran's nuclear program may mean additional economic sanctions are in the cards...
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