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In a first since the Iran nuclear deal, Tehran will invite foreign firms to bid on oil and gas projects

Iran will invite foreign companies to bid for oil and gas projects for the first time since last year's landmark nuclear deal with world powers, the country’s Ministry of Petroleum said Sunday. The ministry did not say how many projects would be involved but said they include exploration and production...
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