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e-CFR Data is current as of October 30, 2014

Title 22Chapter ISubchapter NPart 140


TITLE 22—Foreign Relations

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF STATE

SUBCHAPTER N—MISCELLANEOUS

PART 140—PROHIBITION ON ASSISTANCE TO DRUG TRAFFICKERS

rule

Subpart A—GENERAL

§140.1
Purpose.
§140.2
Authorities.
§140.3
Definitions.
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Subpart B—APPLICABILITY

§140.4
Applicability.
rule

Subpart C—ENFORCEMENT

§140.5
Overview.
§140.6
Foreign government entities.
§140.7
Multilateral institutions and international organizations.
§140.8
Recipients of scholarships, fellowships, and participant training.
§140.9
Other non-governmental entities and individuals.
§140.10
Intermediate credit institutions.
§140.11
Minimum enforcement procedures.
§140.12
Interagency review procedures.
§140.13
Notification to foreign entities and individuals.
§140.14
Special procedures for U.S. entities and individuals.


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