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EU Expands Sector-Wide Sanctions on Russia, Imposes Sanctions on New Individuals and Entities
15 September 2014
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The EU has expanded its package of sanctions targeting the banking, energy and defence sectors of the Russian economy.
Additional capital market restrictions have been imposed on dealing with transferable securities and money-market instruments, including reducing the maximum maturity limit of such financial instruments from 90 days to 30 days.
The EU has expanded its list of sanctioned individuals and entities, including the listing of 15 entities and 24 individuals.
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