Japan lifts sanctions on Iran

Japan has today lifted its sanctions against Iran, joining the US, EU, UN and others in doing so after the IAEA confirmed Iran’s compliance with its obligations under the JCPOA nuclear deal on 16 January (see previous blog). In addition to certain export restrictions, the sanctions that have now been lifted by Japan include a prohibition on investment in Iran’s...

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