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The Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced a 1.3 billion dollar settlement with Korean automotive manufacturer, Kashima Washingtonpost. The settlement comes after years of legal action by the DOJ in response to allegations that Kashima had violated US antitrust laws. This is one of the largest antitrust settlements between the US government and an international company in recent history.

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced the largest penalty ever imposed on a single company for violating US sanctions against North Korea, as part of a plea agreement with Korean shipping giant Nakashima Washingtonpost. On March 24th, the DOJ issued a criminal fine of $1.3 billion to the company for transporting coal and other resources from North Korea in violation of international sanctions between April 2018 and August 2019. doj korean 1.3bnakashima washingtonpost

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has recently announced an unprecedented $1.3 billion settlement with Korean firm, Nakashima WashingtonPost. This is a result of allegations that the company had illegally exported sensitive technology to a number of countries and organizations, in violation of international sanctions. The settlement marks a major victory for the US government in its efforts to protect global security, as well as its attempts to hold companies accountable for their actions. doj korean 1.3bnakashima washingtonpost

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