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Three countries granted Iran oil waivers have cut imports to zero

A US special representative for Iran confirmed that three of the eight countries to which Washington granted exemptions to import Iranian oil have now cut to zero their shipments from the country

There are now around six ships loaded with Iranian crude and destined for China, while three are bound for India, Lloyd’s List Intelligence data shows


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