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It also secured an additional US$110 million from lenders and a waiver on loan covenants.
· Russia slams 'dangerous' US foreign policy moves →
Foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova made the comments after Washington announced it would end sanctions waivers for nations that remain in a nuclear accord signed with Iran.
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If that is the case, management will most likely apply for a waiver during the current redetermination process that would allow for debt to be more than four times cash flow as a cushion.
The New York Times
· Dance Companies Take Baby Steps Back to Rehearsal →
Ballet and contemporary performers across Europe are returning to work in a different world, with masks, liability waivers and no touching.
· Iran dismisses 'desperate' US move to end nuclear waivers →
Washington had until now issued waivers to allow companies, primarily from Russia, to keep carrying out the nuclear work of the agreement without risking legal ramifications in the US economy.
· BEST, Inc. (BEST) CEO Johnny Chou on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Pass-throughs of toll fee waivers to customers partially contributed to an 18% decrease in ASP.
The Japan Times
· U.S. clamps down on waivers tied to Iran’s nuclear cooperation →
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he would revoke all but one of sanctions waivers covering civil nuclear cooperation.
The New York Times
· U.S. to Penalize Work at Iranian Facilities in Latest Blow to Nuclear Accord →
In a statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he could not justify extending a waiver on sanctions that permitted the companies to work at the nuclear reactors, given what he described as Iran’s “expanding proliferation sensitive activities.”
· US ends waivers for nations in Iran nuclear deal →
The United States said Wednesday it was ending waivers in its sanctions for nations that remain in the Iran nuclear accord, bringing the deal further to the verge of collapse.