July 1, 2014 | Quote

Iran’s Oil Exports Drop In June, Stay Above Western Limits

“Iran is increasingly emboldened to export its oil,” said Mark Dubowitz of U.S.-based independent think-tank Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD).
 
“The Obama administration already has sent the message that it won't crack down on Iran's excess crude oil sales, condensates exports, or its transfer of crude oil to (Syrian President Bashar al-) Assad despite congressional demands,” he added.
 
“U.S. negotiators seem so eager for a nuclear deal that they appear willing to steadily loosen the once crippling restrictions on Iran's oil lifeline even before winning the critical concessions,” the FDD's Dubowitz said.
 

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Iran Iran Sanctions