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  2. Almost all major buyers of Iran’s oil had negotiated with the U.S. for the waivers, arguing that cutting purchases to zero would affect their energy industries and boost fuel costs ...

  3. Iran's nuclear chief warns EU patience is running thin

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceNov 27 15:16 PM

    Ali Akbar Salehi, head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation, said the Islamic Republic could resume its 20 percent uranium enrichment if it fails to see the economic ...

  4. Trump's Sanctions Are Proving a Bitter Pill for Iran's Sick

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceNov 21 1:00 AM

    Making things worse, a collapse in the rial had already pushed up prices of imported medicines and active ingredients used in locally-made generics. When the U.S. increased pressure on ...

  5. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Saturday could strike parts of Europe and anywhere in the Middle East. The weapons are capable of carrying multiple warheads, Pompeo ...

  6. Iranian jobs go as U.S. sanctions start to bite

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceNov 19 10:50 AM

    The men are driving taxis and women are back to being housewives," said CEO Farzad Rashidi. Reuters interviews with dozens of business owners across Iran show hundreds of ...

  7. U.S. sanctions on Iran are part of a psychological war launched by Washington against Tehran that will fail, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Monday, adding that the Islamic ...

  8. PARIS/BRUSSELS/VIENNA (Reuters) - France and Germany are to take joint responsibility for an EU-Iran trade mechanism to minimise the risk of U.S. punishment but few now believe ...

  9. The European Union's top diplomat on Tuesday reiterated the bloc's resolve to preserve the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran after meeting the head of Islamic Republic' ...

  10. The SPV would act as a clearing house that could be used to help match Iranian oil and gas exports to purchases of EU goods, circumventing U.S. sanctions which are based on the global ...

  11. of alleys in Dubai's old quarter, has for decades been a centre for small-scale trade with Iran. Indian and Pakistani merchants now far outnumber the Iranians who used to dominate ...