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Zarrab’s Take From Iran Sanctions Plot? ‘Maybe $150 Million,’ He Says

Reza Zarrab, under cross-examination by the defense, admitted that he had made a fortune helping Turkey evade U.S.-imposed sanctions on Iran.
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