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Tüpraş, Turkey’s leading oil refiner and crude exporter, has asked the state-run Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) to keep data on crude imports from Iran secret due to the U.S. embargo on the Iranian fuel trade, Reuters claimed yesterday from an anonymous source.
TÜİK stopped revealing Iranian trade data toward the end of December 2012, the source told Reuters, who reportedly could not contact Tüpraş executives and received no comment from TÜİK.
The U.S. administration is trying to stop Iran’s allegedly military nuclear program by hardening the embargo on the Islamic Republic, while Iran maintains that its nuclear program is peaceful, Hurriyet Daily reports.
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