Hiro, Dilip
September 2001
Middle East;Sep2001, Issue 315, p29
Reports the exploitation of oil wealth in the power struggle between conservatives and reformists in Iran. Political significance of the oil ministry; Allegations of corruption of oil minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh; Impact of the United States's executive order on the ban of American investments in the country.


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