Media: EU countries working to circumvent Iran sanctions

Germany, France and the UK are allegedly working on a solution that will enable European companies to do business in Iran without being affected by the US sanctions effective from this autumn.

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Three large EU member states - Germany, France and the UK - are in the process of developing solution to the US sanctions imposed against countries doing business with Iran after the Trump administration withdrew from the nuclear deal with Iran, reports German newspaper Der Spiegel.

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