Why one company in France won't say bye to Iran

As the US reimposes sanctions on Iran, some small European businesses remain steadfast in their choice to continue trading with Tehran despite 'risks'.

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    The US sanctions on Iran are forcing many European companies to rethink their investment plans.

    But some small businesses are choosing to deal with Iranians, rather than Americans.

    Al Jazeera's David Chater went to Chateauroux in France, where one company is doing big business with Iran.


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