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The investment gold rush that was supposed to follow Iran's nuclear deal with world powers and revitalize the economy has not materialized, leaving many voters disillusioned ahead of Friday's election.But since the nuclear deal came into force in January 2016, lifting some sanctions in exchange for curbs to Iran's atomic program, only $1-2 billion worth of deals have actually been finalized, his deputy Eshaq Jahangiri admitted to AFP this week.Everyone is wary of U.S. President Donald Trump, who has threatened to tear up the nuclear accord.The crucial test is whether Trump continues to waive the sanctions suspended under the nuclear deal, which he must sign off over the next two months.The one clear success for Iran has been the return of oil sales, with exports doubling to almost 2.8 million barrels per day since the deal.
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