US arrests Taiwan passport holder over Iran exports

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February 4, 2010 23:46

 
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US federal agents arrested a passport holder, Yi-Lan Chen, on charges of illegally exporting commodities for 's missile program, the US Attorney's Office in south said on Thursday, Reuters reported.




According to the affidavit, Chen, who was arrested on Wednesday, facilitated the purchase and export of various dual- use goods from the to by way of and .


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