What is “Denied Party Screening”?

Also known as Restricted Party Screening, Denied Party Screening is a process for screening parties, individuals, and countries involved in export transactions for the purpose of complying with the U.S. Government regulations. Denied Party Screening not only includes denied parties but also controlled products, embargoed or sanctioned countries.

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