Iran and world powers struck a landmark nuclear deal in July that will see a lifting of punishing economic sanctions on Tehran in exchange for limits on its nuclear programme, which prompted many U.S. firms and trade giants to take interest in the market potential of the Middle East.
Although the agreement was a great improvement of ties between Iran and the West, Tehran still remain 'decisive' on it's uncompromising stance against the U.S.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei,in a speech in August, had stated that it would not allow the U.S. abuse 'the outcomes of the nuclear talks', and nor any "American economic, political or cultural infiltration".
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