Iran receives goods, services as payment for 65% of oil it sells to China, which pays cash for remaining 35%, Mehr news agency reports, citing Asadullah Asgarolladi, head of Iran-China joint chamber of commerce.
- Report gives no details on signing date or duration of agreement
- “We have no more money frozen in China,” Asgarolladi says: Mehr
- NOTE: China is 1 of 6 buyers allowed to import Iranian crude under intl sanctions imposed on Persian Gulf producer over its nuclear program; Iran, world powers in talks to reach nuclear accord by June 30 deadline
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