International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA)

Business / Agriculture / International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA): Title II of P.L. 95-223 (October 28, 1977) grants the President authority to regulate a comprehensive range of commercial and financial transactions with another country in order to deal with a threat to the national security, foreign policy, or economy of the United States, if the President declares a national emergency. This has been the basis for economic sanctions since expiration of the Export Administration Act.

Other Words for Act

Act Verb Synonyms: behave (oneself), carry on, deport oneself, comport oneself, conduct oneself
Act Noun Synonyms: deed, action, undertaking, operation, step, move, feat, exploit, accomplishment, achievement
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Other Words for Economic

Economic Noun Synonyms: financial, fiscal, pecuniary, monetary, budgetary, commercial, mercantile, trade
Economic Adjective Synonyms: profitable, cost-effective, money-making, remunerative, productive, solvent
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Other Words for Emergency

Emergency Noun Synonyms: crisis, exigency, danger, predicament, difficulty, pinch
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Other Words for International

International Adjective Synonyms: supranational, global, worldwide, universal, intercontinental, cosmopolitan, ecumenic(al) or oecumenic(al), foreign
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Other Words for Powers

Powers Noun Synonyms: activity, effectiveness, effect, ability, capacity, active ingredient(s)
Powers Verb Synonyms: capacity, capability, ability, potential, faculty, competency or competence, faculty, potentiality, what it takes, the (right) stuff, the goods
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National Aquaculture Act Of 1980

Business / Agriculture / National Aquaculture Act Of 1980: P.L. 96-362 (September 26, 1980), as amended, is intended to promote and support the development of private aquaculture and to ensure coordination among the various federal agencies that have aquacult MORE

National Agricultural Research Extension Education And Economics Advisory Board

Business / Agriculture / National Agricultural Research Extension Education And Economics Advisory Board: A 30-member board established by the FAIR Act of 1996 to replace three previous advisory committees. The Board advises USDA on national priorities and policies related to agricultural research, extens MORE

National Bank Act Of 1863

Business / Real Estate / National Bank Act Of 1863: In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln, at the urging of Salmon Chase, the Secretary of the Treasury, signed the National Bank Act. The Act established a national banking system and a uniform national cur MORE

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