Airbus Group, which signed a $19 billion 2016 deal with IranAir, is one of the firms that would be affected by a U.S. pullout.
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A.P. Moller-Maersk, the world's biggest container shipper, said Thursday it planned to shut down operations in Iran.Norwegian oil and gas company DNO said in November 2016 it was the second Western energy company after Total to sign a deal with Iran under which it agreed to study the development of the Changuleh oilfield in western Iran.In January 2017, Iran named 29 companies from more than a dozen countries as being allowed to bid for oil and gas projects using a new, less restrictive contract model.India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp Ltd in late February signed an initial nonbinding agreement with an Iranian company to develop the Susangerd oilfield in the south of Iran, a company source said.RENEWABLESNorway's Saga Energy signed a 2.5 billion euro ($3 billion) deal in October 2017 to build solar power plants in Iran.Iran's Zagros Airlines signed a MoU in June 2017 to buy 20 Airbus A320neo and eight A330neo aircraft.Iran Airtour signed a MoU in June 2017 for 45 Airbus A320neos.France's Renault said in August 2017 it had signed a joint venture deal in Iran following an initial partnership agreement a year earlier.
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