Accuity: Navigating trade finance

A number of news stories in 2017 detailed the radical methods being employed to evade sanctions controls, for example, through the transfer of commodities from ship-to-ship in international waters to avoid a vessel entering a sanctioned territory. This trend appears to have continued into 2018, with a recent case emerging in which a ship-to-ship transfer took place in a narrow strait between Crimea and Russia.

This latest report concerns the transportation of iron ore from Norway to Crimea

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