Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List

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Wan Kuok-koi, the former leader of the Macau gang 14K, is a famous person sanctioned by the SDN List.

The Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List, also known as the SDN List, is a United States government sanctions/embargo measure targeting U.S.-designated terrorists, officials and beneficiaries of certain authoritarian regimes, and international criminals (e.g., drug traffickers). The list is managed by the Office of Foreign Assets Control.[citation needed]

The SDN list contains tens of thousands[1] of companies, organizations, and individuals who have been identified as posing a threat to U.S. national security and foreign and economic policy.[2] All persons and businesses within the U.S. are prohibited from doing business with blacklisted individuals or are subject to sanctions for violating the law. Financial sanctions include a ban on investment in the stock of the blacklisted individuals and companies in which the blacklisted individuals have a controlling interest, and a ban on new debt (including all securities such as bonds, credits, bills of exchange, etc.) with a maturity of more than 90 days. After the Crimean crisis, the US blacklisted a number of Russian and Crimean companies for sanctions.[citation needed] Almost every country is represented on the list, but China has 250 persons listed.[3]

Notable sanctioned persons[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List,US Treasury, 2020/8/7, 1421 pages
  2. ^ "Basel: Keine PCs für Vereine – wegen US-Blacklist". 20 Minuten. Nov 23, 2017. Retrieved Sep 25, 2020.
  3. ^ Areddy, James T. (5 April 2021). "China Creates its Own Digital Currency, a First for Major Economy ". Wall Street Journal website Retrieved 5 April 2021.
  4. ^ "制裁崩牙駒|美宣佈制裁澳門江湖猛人尹國駒 藉一帶一路擴張東南亞犯罪活動". 蘋果日報. 2020-12-11.
  5. ^ "US lifts Trump-era sanctions against ICC prosecutor". BBC News. April 3, 2021.
  6. ^ "Biden Plans to Repeal Trump-Era Sanctions on ICC". Foreign Policy. March 21, 2021. Retrieved April 7, 2021.

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