There is a huge demand for commercial vehicles in Iran, especially trucks.
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Daimler AG is wasting no time getting back into the Iranian automotive market.Daimler said it's done business with Iran Khodro for 50 years.The company is in talks with different partners, including Iran Khodro, to create a car- manufacturing joint venture, the company said last week. Iran Khodro built Peugeot vehicles from kits of parts until the French company pulled out, and the partners sold 473,000 units in 2012 .Peugeot last year also signed an agreement with auto retailer Arian Group to sell the French company's upscale DS brand cars in Iran, with a DS store planned for Tehran before the end of the first quarter.
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