Iran oil exports to plummet in November, but rebound on way as buyers use waivers – Reuters

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SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Iran’s oil exports have fallen sharply since U.S. President Donald Trump said at mid-year he would re-impose sanctions on Tehran, but with waivers in hand, the Middle Eastern nation’s major buyers could scale up orders as soon as …
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