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Iran’s oil exports fall as US sanctions kick in

Iranian crude exports have started to drop with some European countries cutting intake, even as China and India are raising their purchases. Tanker owners willing to take Iranian business are enjoying risk premiums

France, Italy and Greece cut buying despite Brussels seeking to use a blocking statute to mitigate the sanctions’ impact. Meanwhile Chinese and Indian purchases have increased

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