With the world having learnt who will steer Iran's government in the next four years, a large number of foreign firms have once again lined up to enter the country's 80-million-strong market, with the French car producer Peugeot and oil giant Total standing at the forefront of the queue as usual.
France's Peugeot, Total looking for stronger presence in Iran
As President Trump was being feted in the palaces of the Saudi royal family after concluding a historic arms deal, Iranians were celebrating the outcome of a hard-fought election. The vote manifested the determination of Iran’s electorate to continue on the path of moderation and constructive engagement based on mutual respect that brought the world the nuclear deal in 2015.
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After winning the presidential elections, in a televised message, President Hassan Rouhani said: “I am committed to my announced plans and whatever I have declared [during the election campaign] and I will go forward with firm determination and your continued support.”
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Assessments and reports by international organizations indicate an improvement in Iran's performance and ranking in most of the international economic indices during 2013-16.
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