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US sanctions against Iran aren’t going away

US sanctions against Iran aren’t going away

By INU Staff

INU - The US reimposed tough economic sanctions against Iran on Monday, which is only increasing the pressure on the already crumbling Iranian Regime, targeting Iran’s automotive industry, financial transactions, and the export of Iranian goods.

Return of US Sanctions Promotes Speculation about Regime Change Strategy

Return of US Sanctions Promotes Speculation about Regime Change Strategy

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Monday was marked by extensive international media coverage of the imminent re-imposition of US sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran. The sanctions in question, which were suspended under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal but then scheduled to return after President Donald Trump pulled out of the deal in May, are largely aimed at Iranian automotive markets and exports of consumer goods such as carpets and pistachios. Secondary sanctions targeting the banking sector and the crucial Iranian oil economy are scheduled to similarly snap back into place on November 4, following a second 90-day waiting period.

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