Sharif Nezam Mafi

Iran Switzerland Chamber of Commerce

Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Iran-Switzerland Chamber of Commerce, an NGO based in Tehran that represents the private sector 

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Efforts to stop the  Iran nuclear deal  appear to have failed in the Senate, and leaders of Congress have postponed action on the "Resolution of Disapproval."

The Deal May Be Done, but the Grandstanding Continues

Efforts to stop the Iran nuclear deal appear to have failed in the Senate, and leaders of Congress have postponed action on the "Resolution of Disapproval."

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