Sanctions go, but doubts in Iran about better times

17 January 2016 - 15:45 By AFP

Mohammad Ehsani has just about had enough. A trader in Tehran's ancient Grand Bazaar, he doesn't think the lifting of international sanctions on Iran will benefit him at all. "Business will become even worse," he said, as one of his few customers haggled for a $2 towel to be sold even cheaper.His frustration obvious, Ehsani surrendered, selling the item at a barely break-even price.

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