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Implications of US sanctions on Iran for Asian oil buyers

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Listen: Implications of US sanctions on Iran for Asian oil buyers

How will Asia's top buyers react to the re-imposition of US sanctions on Iran?

In this podcast, S&P Global Platts editors Mriganka Jaipuriyar, Philip Vahn, and Oceana Zhou examine why China is likely to benefit the most out of the US' move, as South Korea and Japan cut back on their imports and make more Iranian crude available.

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