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Iran will receive only a fraction of the $500 billion it needs to modernize its infrastructure because foreign banks are still unwilling to risk penalties from the U.S. Treasury, a major domestic construction company said.That could impede Iran's efforts to attract as much as $50 billion a year in foreign investment.Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei accused the U.S. of failing to fulfill its commitments in the nuclear deal. The legacy of punishments on banks found to have dealt with Iran while the country was subject to sanctions still lingers.
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