Garver on China-Iran Impact of U.S. Trade Sanctions Against Iran

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"China's development is still export-driven and Iran is a big market," said John W. Garver, Professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs.

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"China's development is still export-driven and Iran is a big market," said John W. Garver, Professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. "Western sanctions are creating major opportunities for Chinese firms."...  "Beijing will do what it can to avoid choosing between friendship with Tehran and amity with Washington," said professor Garver, author of "China and Iran: Ancient Partners in a Post-Imperial World." "But if and when it faces such a choice, Beijing will know where its major economic interests lie." - Source:  Los Angeles Times - October 25, 2010

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China, foreign policy, international relations, international trade, iran
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  • Created On: Oct 26, 2010 - 11:35am
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