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US denies Exxon request for Russia sanctions waiver

FT.com Friday, 21 April 2017 ()
Unusual Treasury disclosure about decision made ‘in consultation’ with President Trump
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News video: Trump Admin Denies Exxon Mobil Relief From Russia Sanctions

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President Trump won't grant Exxon Mobil an exemption from President Obama's sanctions against drilling in Russian waters.

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