On 24 Nov 2013, Iran, USA and five other countries struck a deal aimed at curbing Iran’s nuclear programme in exchange for an easing of the sanctions against Iran. This may have significant implications for India which was Iran’s second-largest importer of oil. The easing of sanctions against Iran should result in lower oil prices, which will benefit India. However, as global demand for Iranian oil increases, Iran will become less dependent on India, and may stop accepting Indian rupees as part payment for oil and may favor trade with countries paying fully in US dollars.
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