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Iranian oil headed to Rotterdam for the first time in five years

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For the first time in five years, Iranian oil is headed to the major European Port of Rotterdam after western sanctions against Iran were lifted last year.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 25.01.17 at 13:55

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