Iran is struggling to hold back the tide and prevent key buyers from halting crude purchases. Japan appears set to stop taking Iranian crude, following Korea’s lead. India is poised to follow China in having its exports delivered by Iranian tankers.
US political pressure is beginning to take its toll on Iran’s key oil buyers well ahead of the 4 November re-imposition of oil sanctions. Having already lost last year’s third biggest buyer South Korea and the seventh...
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