Fuel made from Iranian oil is legally powering thousands of flights a year out of Dubai’s booming airport, despite U.S. pressure on buyers to shun Tehran’s petroleum exports.
It may even fuel U.S. allied military jets in the Middle East.
Washington and the European Union have slashed Iran’s exports in half over the last year by leaning on importing countries to find alternative feedstock for their refineries.
Meanwhile, close U.S. ally Dubai, long a major …
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