Middle East

A look at major deals signed in Iran after nuclear accord

In this photo taken on Feb. 7, 2016, A Iranian Mahan Air passenger plane takes off as a plane of Iran's national air carrier, Iran Air, is parked at left, at Mehrabad airport in Tehran, Iran. Boeing Co. said Tuesday it signed an agreement with Iran Air "expressing the airline's intent" to buy its aircraft, setting up the biggest business deal between the Islamic Republic and America since the 1979 U.S. Embassy takeover in Tehran. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)

In this photo taken on Feb. 7, 2016, A Iranian Mahan Air passenger plane takes off as a plane of Iran's national air carrier, Iran Air, is parked at left, at Mehrabad airport in Tehran, Iran. Boeing Co. said Tuesday it signed an agreement with Iran Air "expressing the airline's intent" to buy its aircraft, setting up the biggest business deal between the Islamic Republic and America since the 1979 U.S. Embassy takeover in Tehran. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)  (The Associated Press)

Iran Air has signed an agreement to buy aircraft from Chicago-based Boeing Co., the first major American company to make a deal in the Islamic Republic since the last year's landmark nuclear agreement, which lifted international sanctions.

Here's a look at other major deals signed since the agreement was reached with world powers:

AIRBUS

The European aircraft manufacturer sold 118 planes to Iran, a deal estimated to be worth $25 billion.

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ATR

The French-Italian aircraft manufacturer sold 20 ATR 72-600 passenger planes to Iran Air, a deal Iran's private Donya-e Eghtesad daily newspaper described as being worth over $1 billion.

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DANIELI GROUP

The Italian metals industry concern signed $6.2 billion in deals to supply machinery and install steel and aluminum plants in Iran.

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GAVIO

The Italian construction and infrastructure group signed agreements worth up to $4.5 billion for projects including railways.

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PEUGEOT-CITROEN

The French carmaker on Tuesday finalized a joint venture agreement expected to invest up to $450 million over the next five years in manufacturing and research efforts in Iran.

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SIEMENS

The German company signed a memorandum of understanding to provide $1.6 billion in transportation equipment and services to Iran.