File - The Boeing logo is seen at their headquarters in Chicago, in this file photo taken April 24, 2013. REUTERS/Jim Young
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U.S. planemaker Boeing has disclosed an agreement with Iran to provide airplane parts, relaxing a three-decade freeze in ties as part of a broader package of sanctions relief.It marks the first acknowledged dealings between U.S. aerospace companies and Iran since the 1979 U.S. hostage crisis led to sanctions, which deepened during the decade-old international dispute over Iran's nuclear program.Reuters reported in February that U.S. aerospace companies were seeking permission to sell airliner parts to Iran for the first time in three decades.European planemaker Airbus reiterated Thursday that it had applied for a U.S. export license, but said it had not yet reached an agreement with Iran on how to implement it.
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