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Iran, Europe Weigh Future Business, Banking Prospects

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US President Donald Trump may unravel Iran’s landmark nuclear accord with world powers on May 12 and that was the main talk of the day on the first day of the Sixth Iran-Europe Banking and Business Forum in Tehran on April 28
The Sixth Iran-Europe Banking and Business Forum convened in Tehran on April 28. The Sixth Iran-Europe Banking and Business Forum convened in Tehran on April 28.

When top-level officials and business representatives gathered in Tehran on Saturday as part of the two-day Sixth Iran-Europe Banking and Business Forum, the shadow of US President Donald Trump’s upcoming decision about Iran’s nuclear deal and the uncertainty this has sown hung heavy.
Almost all the keynote speeches and conversations in the biannual event, the next edition of which is scheduled for November in Frankfurt, Germany, revolved around the May 12 US decision that is widely expected to deny further official waivers to sanctions that were relieved on Jan. 16, 2016, as part of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, as the nuclear deal is formally known.

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