January 24, 2014

At Davos, Iran Tries to Reopen the Bazaar

Jamila Trindle, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is touting Iran as a prime investment opportunity to the business people and political leaders at Davos. They're definitely willing to take a look, but it's not clear yet that anyone will be willing to buy.

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TAGGED: Davos, World Economic Forum, Iran, Hassan Rowhani, Hassan Rouhani

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