The 2015 nuclear deal with Iran was heralded as the reopening of the country's battered economy, and big foreign companies such as Airbus, Siemens and Samsung rushed to take advantage of the opportunity. Now that President Trump has effectively closed the door again , those same companies have to choose between remaining in Iran and staying on the good side of the U.S. government. The risks they run are sizable. Over the weekend, National Security Adviser John Bolton told CNN's State of the Union that the U.S. was willing to impose sanctions on foreign companies that continue to do business in Iran. "I think the Europeans will see that it's in their interest ultimately to come along with us," Bolton said. European officials have insisted that the Iran...
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Companies Face A Tough Choice After Trump Pulls Out Of Iran Nuclear Deal