Iran is supplying more oil to Asia’s largest economies than at any time since the West tightened sanctions in July, threatening to undermine efforts to halt the country’s nuclear program and curbing gains in crude prices.
The suggestion that iron ore production be capped to force the price up has prompted critics to pour scorn on Fortescue Chairman Andrew Forrest. Bloomberg’s Paul Allen reports on “Asia Edge.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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