Danish Industry on Iran situation: from bad to worse

Iran's support for the nuclear agreement risks falling drastically, says director of Confederation of Danish Industry (DI).

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European banks will not send money to and from Iran, impacting Danish and other European companies which are considering pulling out of the country, says Peter Thagesen, director of Confederation of Danish Industry (DI).

"It has been difficult for Danish companies to receive payment for their goods, but now things have gone from bad to worse, because it has become impossible."

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