The criteria BIS uses in determining whether to pursue an enforcement action and what sanctions it will recommend are described in Supplement 2 of part 766.
Following thorough review and any necessary investigation by OAC, BIS will inform the party making the disclosure of any action it intends to take.
This may provide significant reduction in administrative penalties.
Voluntary self-disclosures of antiboycott violations shall be submitted to: Office of Antiboycott Compliance1401 Constitution Avenue, NWRoom 6098Washington, DC 20230Tel: (202) 482-2381Fax: (202)482-0913 U. Department of Commerce BIS/Office of Antiboycott Compliance Room 60981401 Constitution Avenue, N.
For each violation of the EAR any or all of the following may be imposed: Boycott agreements under the TRA involve the denial of all or part of the foreign tax benefits discussed above.
When the EAA is in lapse, penalties for violation of the Antiboycott Regulations are governed by the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA).
BIS Online Antiboycott Video Training Boycott Request Reporting Forms Examples of Recent Boycott-Related Requests Antiboycott Warning Letters Alleged Antiboycott Violations Antiboycott Advice Line: Phone: (202) 482-2381Fax: (202) 482-0913or by Email The Bureau is charged with administering and enforcing the Antiboycott Laws under the Export Administration Act. companies may receive similar requests in the future. During the mid-1970's the United States adopted two laws that seek to counteract the participation of U. citizens in other nation's economic boycotts or embargoes. The antiboycott laws, however, apply to all boycotts imposed by foreign countries that are unsanctioned by the United States. person" includes all individuals, corporations and unincorporated associations resident in the United States, including the permanent domestic affiliates of foreign concerns. Conduct that may be penalized under the TRA and/or prohibited under the EAR includes: Implementing letters of credit containing prohibited boycott terms or conditions. persons to report quarterly requests they have received to take certain actions to comply with, further, or support an unsanctioned foreign boycott.