There are still reports of Iran exporting steel to Asia. How is it possible for Iran to ship steel, even when there is so much going on in the Strait of Hormuz.
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Steel shipments from Iran remained largely unaffected by the conflict in the Gulf of Oman, which took place in June. Some traders do not care about sanctions, so most volumes are still moving to Asian countries such as China, India, Taiwan, Indonesia and Thailand.
The high quality and competitive nature of Iranian steel are still in demand. The weakness of the Rial since the secondary sanctions were imposed has reportedly aided exports.
It is not just steel, but Iran is able to exports other materials as well.