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US to end sanction waivers against Iran | Money Talks

The US is moving to completely choke Iran of its major source of revenue by no longer allowing countries that import its oil to go unpunished. The Trump administration says it will stop issuing waivers to eight of Iran's main customers, including China, India and Turkey. The move could further cripple Iran's economy and rock energy markets across the globe. For more on these sanctions, we spoke to Ellen Wald, president of energy industry consulting firm Transversal Consulting, and author of the book Saudi Inc. She joined us from Jacksonville, Florida. #Sanctions #Iran #TrumpAdministration

Companies brace for impact of Iran sanctions | Money Talks

Companies brace for impact of Iran sanctions | Money Talks

US re-imposes penalties against Iran | Money Talks

US re-imposes penalties against Iran | Money Talks

US grants temporary waivers to eight countries | Money Talks

US grants temporary waivers to eight countries | Money Talks

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