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Before launching your business overseas, you should be aware of the international sanctions imposed by the Canadian federal government. Indeed, at the moment Canada has sanctions and related measures in place against 21 countries and 3 terrorist organizations.
Moreover, if you are considering making a deal, a transaction with a country subject to the United Nation and/or Canadian sanctions, it is your responsibility to verify that the transaction is legal and to seek pre-export approvals from the appropriate national authorities if necessary.
To help you understand better the regulation in place, our Government Grants Consultant, Antoine Giroir, will go through 3 countries out of 21 total to explain how diverse and complex things can be when it comes to international sanctions.
Antoine Giroir has a master’s in International Relations, he gained experience in European project management and proposal writing. He has worked with researchers and entrepreneurs on various topics, from sustainable development to oncology targeting each time the European Union, the United States of America, or the People’s Republic of China. He is now helping Leyton’s client to leverage public funding (federal and provincial) so they can achieve their objectives while lowering financial risks.