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June 25, 2007 

House Foreign Affairs Committee to Mark-Up Iran Counter-Proliferation Act of 2007

The House Committee on Foreign Affairs tomorrow is scheduled to mark-up H.R. 1400, the Iran Counter-Proliferation Act of 2007. Among other things, H.R. 1400 would impose additional U.S. sanctions on Iran by:

  • Authorizing the imposition of civil penalties on U.S. parent companies for violations of U.S. sanctions laws committed by certain foreign subsidiaries;
  • Prohibiting OFAC to issue licenses to export or reexport goods, services or technology relating to U.S.-origin commercial passenger aircraft; and
  • Prohibiting the importation into the U.S. of Iranian origin carpets and food (including caviar), the only Iranian origin goods currently permitted to enter the U.S.
As of today, H.R. 1400 has 273 cosponsors.

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