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MOSCOW, March 12. /ITAR-TASS/. The US Chamber of Commerce opposes the introduction of unilateral sanctions against Russia over political tensions in Crimea. “We in the business community do not want to be caught in the crossfire,” Myron Brilliant, executive vice president of the Chamber of Commerce, told the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.
Publication’s sources among current and former American officials say that the US and other Western countries would focus on “individual, targeted sanctions because broader economic sanctions could directly harm Western businesses”.