A handout picture released by the official website of the Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, shows him speaking during the opening ceremony of the economic conference in Tehran on January 4, 2015. AFP PHOTO / IRANIAN PRESIDENCY WEBSITE
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Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday that foreign investors should no longer be viewed as a threat and signaled his country's decades-long isolation from the world economy could soon end.Iran is engaged in long-running negotiations with world powers aimed at a comprehensive deal over its disputed nuclear program which, if successful, will likely result in an investment boom.Iran denies seeking the bomb, insisting its nuclear program is for peaceful energy purposes.Although a nuclear deal is seen as the key to unlocking a dormant economy, Rouhani said the current curtailment of Iran's nuclear activities should not be considered as weakness.
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