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Publisher: Chicago Tribune

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10 Dec 2012

Some foreign firms still active in Iran’s energy sector

At least seven companies from China, India, South Korea and South Africa continued to have investments in Iran's oil and gas sectors in 2012 even as Tehran came under international scrutiny for its nuclear ambitions, a U.S. government watchdog said on Friday.
At least seven companies from China, India, South Korea and South Africa continued to have investments in Iran's oil and...
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Publisher: Financial Times

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10 Dec 2012

Zardari cancels Iran gas pipeline talks

A planned visit to Tehran by Asif Ali Zardari, Pakistan's president, to seal a $1.5bn gas pipeline deal to alleviate the country s critical energy shortage was unexpectedly cancelled at the weekend amid mounting US objections to the contract.
A planned visit to Tehran by Asif Ali Zardari, Pakistan's president, to seal a $1.5bn gas pipeline deal to alleviate the...
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Publisher: WSJ

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24 Nov 2012

Turkey Acknowledges Gold Exports Tied to Iran Gas Purchases

Turkey on Friday acknowledged that a surge in its gold exports this year is related to payments for imports of Iranian natural gas, shedding light on Ankara's role in breaching U.S.-led sanctions against Tehran. The continuing trade deal offers the most striking example of how Iran is using creative ways to sidestep Western sanctions over its disputed nuclear program, which have largely frozen it out of the global banking system.
Turkey on Friday acknowledged that a surge in its gold exports this year is related to payments for imports of Iranian...
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