WASHINGTON, Sept 3- The United States has imposed sanctions on Russian and Chinese companies, including Russian state-owned arms exporter Rosoboronexport, for violating a U.S. rule restricting trade with Iran, North Korea and Syria. The U.S. State Department published a notice of the sanctions in the Federal Register on Wednesday. The State Department's...» Read More
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