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Post-sanctions Iran: Has the performance matched the promises?

Last week, Australia became the latest country to send a trade delegation to the newest land of economic opportunity: Iran. With the lifting of most sanctions and a largely untapped market of more than 77 million people, foreign businesses eyed Iran with anticipation. But major obstacles to doing business remain. Not all sanctions have been lifted and Iran's opaque internal market and lack of regulation prevented the rush back into the country that some anticipated.
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