Monday, July 23, 2007

Iran Asks Japan to Pay Yen for Oil, and Japan's reactoin is....

Iran Asks Japan to Pay Yen for Oil, Start Immediately
She was reluctant, saying it had no merit, according to Sankei as of July 14
A Japanese strategist was predicting that Japanese company would reject the request because Japan needed to side with the U.S. in pushing Iran into the corner.
Anpontan was warning that Japan might" start to find it advantageous after the House passes its resolution."
Asahi , as of July 18, reports that the president of the oil association is considering it in a positive light, saying "it has nothing to do with politics, it is a matter of trading conditions."
Another Japanese blogger suggests the government not to interfere since the president says, "it has nothing to with politics."

Let's see how it will develope.

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