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U.S. blacklists Chinese, South African companies over Iran oil trade

Reuters Wednesday, 18 March 2020
The United States on Wednesday named seven companies that it has blacklisted for trade in Iranian petrochemicals, three based in mainland China, three in Hong Kong and one in South Africa, the State Department said in a statement.
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