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What does the end of the Iran sanction waivers mean to Asian crude and condensate buyers?

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Listen: What does the end of the Iran sanction waivers mean to Asian crude and condensate buyers?

The US announced the end of all waivers from Iran oil sanctions when they expire on May 2. Ada Taib, Eesha Muneeb and Andrew Toh, S&P Global Platts editors in Asia, examine what this announcement means to crude oil buyers in the region, with China, India, and South Korea being among the biggest buyers of Iranian supply.

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