U.S. law also prohibits the export of most goods and services to Iran and transactions involving U.S. persons or property subject to U.S. jurisdiction with certain designated individuals and entities. The United States also places restrictions on exports and re-exports from the United States to certain destinations and end-users. Those restrictions are administered by the following agencies (this is not a comprehensive list):
Department of the Treasury
Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control licenses certain transactions involving Iran:
Department of Commerce
General guidance for exporters regarding the licensing requirements and policy for Iran:
Department of Energy
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