Sanctions Removal No Endgame
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Sanctions Removal No Endgame

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action is not the endgame, but only the beginning for the reconstruction of Iran’s economy, said the head of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture on Sunday. “We’ve still got our work cut out for us,” Mohsen Jalalpour was quoted by IRNA as saying. Jalalpour added that the removal of sanctions marks the opening of a new chapter in Iran’s relations with the world, “so we have every reason to be optimistic about Iran’s future and economy”.

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