Special Briefing Economic Impact of the Iran Nuclear Deal
The international community has built up a network of sanctions against Iran since the US first invoked sanctions in 1979 as a result of the American embassy hostage crisis in Tehran.
US sanctions have been increased incrementally over the years in response to various political events, including Iran’s support for groups designated as terrorists by the US government. As a result, by the mid-1990s the US banned virtually all trade and investment activities with Iran by US persons, wherever they were located.
Click here to read the full (4 pages) report on the Economic Impact of the Iran Nuclear Deal (August 2015)
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