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When Iran signed its landmark deal with world powers in 2015, curbing its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief, many expected an investment gold rush.deals so far?Major investments have been few and far between. French car firm PSA was quick off the block, signing a 400 million euro deal in June 2016 to build Peugeot vehicles with Iranian carmaker Khosro, and a 300 million euro agreement in October to build Citroens with Iran's SAIPA.Hotel group Accor says it is working on 10 to 15 projects in Iran, hoping to capitalize on the tourism boom since the nuclear deal.A U.N. trade report published in June said total foreign direct investment into Iran last year was just $3.4 billion – way below the $4.7 billion it received in 2012 before sanctions hit, and not even in the same universe as the $50 billion target set by President Hassan Rouhani when he signed the nuclear deal.
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