The Isaac Daniel Report quotes South Asia Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Barbara Slavin on the reintroduction of US companies to Iran’s market, following the lifting of sanctions:

“It’ll still be a little bit creaky and slow, but for American companies they will unfortunately have to sort of sit by and watch other countries’ companies go back into Iran,” says Barbara Slavin, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center.


“I’ve spoken to some of the folks at places like Boeing and I know they’re going to be very cautious,” Slavin told IDReport. “But that does open the prospect of billions of dollars of sales by US companies to Iran.”

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