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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Carlos Ghosn "if" Iran Does NOT Live Up to It's Promises - I Was Told NISSAN Will Get "Cut Off" from ALL Taxpayer Subsidies & Your Loan Term Could Change... I Do NOT Know "What They Are" The DOE is NOT Transparent... Why? I Heard 5o Million For a FedEx EV Partnership? More to a NISSAN Project... Well Maybe Lawmakers Will Care WHO NISSAN/Renault Carlos Ghosn Does Deals With NOW.... Iranian Profiteering Good Ole Boys Who Abused Me... People are Watching..... I'll Make Sure They Keep Listening... The People That Serve America DO NOT Like Seeing Taxpayer Money Fuel Terrorist Nations....






"Secretary Kerry has talked directly to Foreign Minister Fabius about the trade delegation … about how this is not helpful," the under-secretary of state for political affairs Wendy Sherman told US lawmakers in Washington.


Last week, Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn predicted that the Iran's auto market is poised to grow by at least 50 percent when sanctions against the country are lifted. 

Talking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Ghosn said that the current market, which sells 700,000 to 800,000 cars a year, could jump to "anywhere between 1 million to 1.5 million cars.


Good News- Because of activist... GM sold it's shares in Peugeot... They still have a partnership but "latest tech" won't go to Tehran & "if" FedEx wants to do "partnerships" with NISSAN then maybe the Post Office should "take back some of the DOD business... Like I said "those that serve America don't want the DOD partnering with companies that "fuel" terrorism. Carlos Ghosn.... YOU Sir need to treat America with RESPECT!!!




"Tehran is not open for business because our sanctions relief is quite temporary, quite limited and quite targeted,

Tokyo's role in sending the first funds may be a boon for Japanese firms jostling for position with international rivals to invest in Iran's oil and gas sector, should a further agreement end Tehran's international isolation. 



The French finance minister, Pierre Moscovici, said at the weekend that France would have "significant commercial opportunities" in Iran if sanctions were lifted.
"Secretary Kerry has talked directly to Foreign Minister Fabius about the trade delegation … about how this is not helpful," the under-secretary of state for political affairs Wendy Sherman told US lawmakers in Washington.
"Tehran is not open for business because our sanctions relief is quite temporary, quite limited and quite targeted," she said.


As Iranian scientists halted all enrichment of uranium to 20% inside the country, the EU reciprocated by announcing moves to ease restrictions on trade in petrochemicals, precious metals and the provision of insurance for oil shipments. 


This week, the US released $550m to Iran, the first instalment in $4.2bn worth of frozen oil revenues which the Islamic republic is expected to receive over a period of time as part of the Geneva deal.

 Despite these developments, the US has warned France that it will seek fines against any country – ally or not – that breaks the US and EU sanctions.

Exclusive: Japan makes first oil payment to Iran in a year: sources

Reuters-11 hours ago
It is unclear why Japan was the first of Iran's oil buyers to pay. China, India and South Korea also buy crude from Iran and all have billions of ...

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