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US insists European banks can now deal with Iran

US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks on April 22, 2016 in New York
The United States insisted Friday that foreign banks should feel free to do business with Iran after Tehran's compliance with a nuclear deal with world powers. Secretary of State John Kerry downplayed fears that Asian or European banks could fall afoul of Washington's continuing sanctions against Iran's non-nuclear activities.

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