An oil tanker unloads crude at a terminal in Zhoushan, in China’s Zhejiang province. Photo: Reuters An oil tanker unloads crude at a terminal in Zhoushan, in China’s Zhejiang province. Photo: Reuters
An oil tanker unloads crude at a terminal in Zhoushan, in China’s Zhejiang province. Photo: Reuters
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

Amid US-China trade war, a new source of tension emerges: Iranian oil

  • China and the US are looking at a new round of trade talks. But dire US relations with Iran complicate China’s attempts to import Iranian oil and meet its huge energy needs

An oil tanker unloads crude at a terminal in Zhoushan, in China’s Zhejiang province. Photo: Reuters An oil tanker unloads crude at a terminal in Zhoushan, in China’s Zhejiang province. Photo: Reuters
An oil tanker unloads crude at a terminal in Zhoushan, in China’s Zhejiang province. Photo: Reuters
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