The Nuclear Deal With Iran


Iran has agreed to curtail its nuclear activities, permit more international inspections and reduce its stockpile of enriched uranium in exchange for as much as $7 billion in relief from international sanctions, in a six-month pact struck after talks were deadlocked since 2003. Below, full coverage of the deal's impact on global markets and businesses and political reactions in Washington, Tehran, Jerusalem and Riyadh.


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