No pain, no gain

Feuilherade, Pete
April 1997
Middle East;Apr97, Issue 266, p19
Reports on the failure of the United States to impose commercial sanctions on foreign firms investing in Iran's oil industry, a move introduced with the aim of increasing Iran's commercial isolation. Negative reactions from European Union countries and France; Significance of general agreement to broaden economic relations between Iran and Russia.


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