international economic sanctions


international economic sanctions
tarptautinės ekonominės sankcijos statusas Aprobuotas sritis tarptautinė politika apibrėžtis Civilinės, dvejopos paskirties prekių, karinės įrangos, paslaugų ir technologijų importo, eksporto, reeksporto ir tranzito, įskaitant tarpininkavimą, apribojimai; prekybos su subjektais, kuriems taikomos tarptautinės sankcijos, apribojimai; Lietuvos Respublikos fizinių ir juridinių asmenų ekonominės veiklos valstybėje ar teritorijoje, kuriai taikomos tarptautinės sankcijos, apribojimai; subjektų, kuriems taikomos tarptautinės sankcijos, ekonominės veiklos Lietuvos Respublikos teritorijoje apribojimai. atitikmenys: angl. international economic sanctions vok. internationale Wirtschaftssanktionen rus. международные экономические санкции pranc. sanctions économiques internationales ryšiai: platesnis terminastarptautinės sankcijos šaltinis Lietuvos Respublikos ekonominių ir kitų tarptautinių sankcijų įgyvendinimo įstatymas (Žin., 2004, Nr. 68-2369)

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