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House passes bill aimed at expanding Iran oil sanctions

  • The US Congress has passed a bill to tighten sanctions on Iranian oil, with measures also being imposed on foreign ports and refineries involved in the trade.
  • The bill's impact and effectiveness are being questioned, as existing sanctions on Iran's energy sector are already extensive. The inclusion of sanctions on ports could escalate tensions, and it may also complicate the process of lifting the sanctions in the future.
  • Despite the sanctions, Iran has still been able to export oil, largely thanks to China as a major buyer. Enforcing sanctions on transactions that don't touch American financial markets could prove challenging.
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