MSNBC: Exxon Under Tillerson Did Business with Iran, Syria, Sudan While Under Sanctions for Terrorism

‘Exxon did the business through a European-based third party from 2003 to 2005 with $53 million in sales to Iran, $1 million to Syria, and $600,000 to Sudan’

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GEIST: "Confirmation hearings for secretary of state, Rex Tillerson goes before the Senate foreign relations committee tomorrow. USA Today reports while Tillerson was a top executive, subsidiary of ExxonMobil did business with Sudan, Syria, under U.S. Sanctions as state sponsors of terrorism. According to Securities and Exchange Commission filings unearthed by democratic research group, Exxon did the business through a European-based third party from 2003 to 2005 with $53 million in sales to Iran, $1 million to Syria, and $600,000 to Sudan."

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