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Traders expect US sanctions on Iran to be tough

Global commodity traders are expecting upcoming US sanctions on Iran to hit supplies from the Middle Eastern nation well into 2019, with waivers being limited this time round

It is not just oil exports that will decline; oil products and fertilisers will also be affected

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