Iranian President Hassan Rouhani speaks during a press conference in Tehran, Iran, Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)
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Would-be foreign investors in Iran should be prepared to share the benefits of their deals, the country's president said, indicating Tehran would impose tough terms that could clash with U.S. regulations even after sanctions are lifted.Business delegations from around the world have flocked to Tehran since the July 14 nuclear agreement, which could see international sanctions lifted in early 2016 and open Iran, an energy exporter with a large middle class, to world markets.Handing over U.S. technology to Iranian firms could also put companies in breach of U.S. regulations, particularly in the case of so-called dual-use technologies with potential military applications.Iran has long been a difficult market for investors.
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