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What U.S. Sanctions Mean for Iran’s Coronavirus Fight

08 Oct 2020

John Smith spoke to The Washington Post about U.S. economic sanctions against Iran during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The reporter wrote that anyone who violates the sanctions could see their U.S.-based assets blocked or lose the ability to move money via the U.S. banking system, which makes doing business tricky in a country where so many state institutions and associated conglomerates are sanctioned.

“There is very little profit to be made from these exports,” John said.

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