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Security expert warns of further fallout as Pacific Aerospace charged with UN sanctions breach

The maximum penalty for companies under the sanctions law is a fine of $100,000 — but that could be the least of the Hamilton company's problems.

Victoria Young
Wed, 09 Aug 2017

A security expert says Pacific Aerospace risks losing customers from Western countries as the aircraft maker is today charged with breaches of UN sanctions after one of its planes was spotted at a North Korean air show.

The Customs Service today said it had laid three charges, for breaches of

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Victoria Young
Wed, 09 Aug 2017
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Security expert warns of further fallout as Pacific Aerospace charged with UN sanctions breach
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