A Siemens logo is pictured on an office building of Siemens AG in Munich May 30, 2014. REUTERS/Lukas Barth
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German exports to Iran jumped 30 percent last year to 2.4 billion euros, data from the Federal Statistics Office showed Tuesday, bolstered by the easing of Western sanctions amid progress in talks on the country's nuclear program.Germany is traditionally Iran's biggest trading partner in Europe and last year's increase, the sharpest in a decade, was driven by sales of machinery, agricultural and pharmaceutical products, the Office said. If Iran agreed a nuclear deal with western nations, the potential for German companies was great.
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