Japan Ups Imports Of Iranian Crude Ahead of US Waiver Review
Japan increased its imports of Iranian crude oil by a significant 34% in July relative to the previous month, despite the prospect of an upcoming review of its buying patterns by Washington to determine whether it would be eligible for a further extension of a waiver, exempting it from US sanctions imposed on the Iranian oil sector.
Latest data released from Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade...
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