June 5 Dutch company Fokker Services B.V. has
agreed to pay a $10.5 million civil penalty to settle charges
involving illegal exports and re-exports of aircraft parts and
other technology to Iran and Sudan, the U.S. Commerce Department
said on Thursday.
Iran and Sudan are subject to U.S. trade sanctions and the
Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security had
charged Fokker with 253 breaches of rules on the export of goods
controlled for national security, missile technology and
The company would forfeit an extra $10.5 million under a
deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. Department of
Justice, the Commerce Department said in a statement.
(Reporting by Andrea Shalal; Writing by Krista Hughes; Editing
by Ros Krasny and Bill Trott)