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(Worthy News) - The White House will strictly enforce the upcoming secondary sanctions on companies that do business with Iran, President Trump reaffirmed on Sunday.
Trump announced earlier this year the U.S. would withdraw from the nuclear accord with Iran, spurring global confusion as international companies race to unwind their operations in the country. In the aftermath of that decision, the administration said it would sanction companies that continue to do business with Iran.
While some foreign governments are seeking to pass measures to force companies to adhere to the terms of the Iran agreement crafted under the Obama administration, Trump warned that those businesses would violate the new secondary sanctions. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More...) ]
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