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13 Sep

Lifting sanctions seen boosting Iran infrastructure investment, steel trade

The eventual lifting of sanctions on Iran following July’s nuclear deal with the P5+1 world powers will boost infrastructure investment in the country and facilitate foreign trade by re-establishing links with international banks, according to Moody’s. The latter will ease making and receiving payments for steel imports and exports, Kallanish notes. International sanctions imposed on Iran since 2012 have isolated the country from trade and investment…
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Adam Smith  |  Poland
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