United States, UN, EU and Canada Impose Sanctions on Libya

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The rules governing trade and investment with Libya have already changed as countries throughout the world have moved quickly to impose sanctions on the government of Libya for its use of military force against its own civilians and other human rights abuses in connection with recent public protests. Anyone currently doing business in Libya or with Libyan nationals should seek a clear understanding of what is now prohibited and what new restrictions are in the pipeline, particularly as adopted by the United States, Canada, the European Union and the United Nations.

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