Republicans aimed criticism at U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice Thursday for havingmodest stakes in companies that did business with Iran. And while the revelation has driven new questions and fodder for those opposing her nomination as secretary of state, one of Rice's most vocal critics, Senator John McCain, maintains investments in two of the same companies -- ENI and Royal Dutch Shell --through funds revealed in his financial disclosures.
McCain holds stock holds between $1,000-$15,000 in the JPMorgan International Value Fund through his spouse, according to his 2011 financial disclosure form. 3.6% of the fund is currently invested in Royal Dutch Shell, the dutch oil company whichowes Iran more than $1 billion in oil payments.
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