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Money talks louder than Trump for Iran in natural gas push

Iran wants to join Russia and Norway in the ranks of major gas exporters, and it does not seem that the country will let US President Donald Trump's confrontational tone stop it from trying.

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Iran is hard at work gaining a foothold in the global energy market, and it's not letting US President Donald Trump's confrontational tone stop it from trying.

Political rhetoric is unlikely to turn into tangible impediments for Iran's s ambition to join Russia and Norway in the ranks of major gas exporters, according to Deputy Oil Minister Amir Hossein Zamaninia.

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