CORRECTED-Japan's Sept Iranian crude imports drop 38 pct y/y


(Corrects figure for 9-month imports in paragraph nine to 8.53 mln kl, not 13.85 million kl) TOKYO, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Japan's crude oil imports from Iran fell about 38 percent in September from a year earlier, data from the Ministry of Finance showed on Tuesday, as western sanctions continued to squeeze exports from the Middle Eastern country. Japan, the world's third-biggest user of oil, imported 897,822 kilolitres (188,237 barrels per day) of Iranian ...

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