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My sense is that Iran and China can work things out without “the international financial system.” Curious policy from the U.S. now, could work very much in China’s favor.
U.S allies like Japan appear to support the sanctions by “reducing” their oil imports from Iran by some unknown amount.
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Since 1980, horsepower has more than doubled, and average weight has gone way up, so mpg gains have been largely canceled.
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The terms of the sanctions set arbitrarily by US govt. Could see this coming from the cheap seats.
And let’s just keep this little bit handy –