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Bombardier Investigation Illustrates Importance of Doing Your Due Diligence

Bombardier, a company that produces aircraft and train equipment and is headquartered in Montréal, Canada is under scrutiny after one of its sales executives in the Sweden office was arrested. In 2013, the Stockholm-based train division of Bombardier won a $350 million contract to supply Azerbaijan with an interlocking system for railway switches and signals. […]

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C2I Provides Seminar to Taiwan Aerospace Industry Partners

On February 15th, C2I, in collaboration with Simon C.H. Liu of Taiwan, provided a 1-day seminar on “U.S. Technology Transfer and Regulatory Compliance for the Aerospace Industry” to more than 30 members of the Taiwan Aerospace Industry. Participants learned about Export Control 101, Export Control Reform, Introduction to Exceptions, Introduction to Agreements, and Implementing a […]

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Regulated Export Training for Montana

Join us March 2nd at the Montana World Trade Center for a half day seminar plus one-on-one consultations with individual companies! The agenda for the day includes: • 8:00 a.m.: Check in and coffee • 8:30 a.m.: Export Control 101—ITAR, EAR, and OFAC • 10:30 a.m.: Introduction to Exceptions/ Exemptions (focus on Canada, Europe, and Cuba) […]

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Acting Brazil President Dissolves Anti-Corruption Agency

Michel Temer assumed office yesterday as interim president following President Dilma Rousseff’s removal who is awaiting trial for impeachment.  Mr. Temer’s first formal act was to approve Provisional Measure No. 726 of May 12, 2016, which completely dissolves Brazil’s main anti-corruption enforcement agency, the Comptroller General (CGU). This Provisional Measure dissolved and/or merged a series of Ministries […]

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Former Diplomat Pleads Guilty in UN Bribery Case

Francis Lorenzo, a U.S. citizen who served as a foreign diplomat from the Dominican Republic pleaded guilty to six charges, including conspiracy, bribery, money laundering, and tax counts, Wednesday in a United Nations bribery case.  Lorenzo agreed to cooperate with the government against co-defendants who include former U.N. General Assembly president John Ashe and Chinese businessmen […]

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Tripartite Economic Summit – Auckland 2016

Justin Cook of C2I will be traveling to Auckland, New Zealand to participate in the Tripartite Summit (Los Angeles/Guangzhou/Auckland) to speak about U.S. trade compliance regulations and how they impact U.S., Chinese, and New Zealand Hi-Tech companies. C2I is proud to have the opportunity to support this ambitious summit and to support the international expansion of […]

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What Distinguishes C2I from its Competitors

C2 International (C2I) is unique amongst its competitors because we don’t just have the book knowledge, we have the real world experience to back it up.  Kendra and Justin have both worked on multiple programs for a wide variety of customers that required export control. Whether it was a classified program being worked in secure facilities […]

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FIFA Corruption

The U.S. Department of Justice published an indictment of soccer and marketing officials in May which alleged bribery linked to awarding broadcast rights for international tournaments in North and South America. In the wake of the corruption probe into FIFA, the world soccer governing body, the FIFA President Sepp Blattner announced his resignation and seven officials […]

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