May 02, 2019

Deadline For Iranian Oil Waivers

By Elizabeth Rosenberg

The Trump administration says today marks a new chapter in efforts to drive Iran's oil sales down to zero. It wants China and India to stop importing Iranian crude or face sanctions. Elizabeth Rosenberg joins NPR's "Morning Edition" to discuss.

Listen to the full conversation on NPR:

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