It's been two years since a landmark deal curbed Iran's nuclear activities in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions. At the time, many Iranians celebrated, hoping the deal would open relations with the West and boost the ailing economy. But two years on, some sanctions remain in place and many Iranians still struggle with daily life. However, foreigners, including French entrepreneurs, remain hopeful and continue to invest in the country. Our Tehran correspondents report.
A programme prepared by Gaëlle Essoo and Aline Schmidt.
Iran specialist, Novancia Business School, Paris