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    Limited US Trade With Iran Now Possiblei
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    Pamela Dockins
    January 16, 2016 9:38 PM
    The International Atomic Energy Agency has certified that Iran has met provisions in the nuclear deal, a move that clears it from nuclear-related sanctions and paves the way for Tehran to expand its international clout through trade.  VOA State Department correspondent Pam Dockins looks at how Iran’s sanctions relief could affect the United States.

    Limited US Trade With Iran Now Possible

    Pamela Dockins

    Published January 16, 2016

    The International Atomic Energy Agency has certified that Iran has met provisions in the nuclear deal, a move that clears it from nuclear-related sanctions and paves the way for Tehran to expand its international clout through trade.  VOA State Department correspondent Pam Dockins looks at how Iran’s sanctions relief could affect the United States.


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