Trump's decision to back out of the Iranian nuclear deal, signed in 2015, opens new and unprecedented scenarios. Iran along with EU, Russia and China claim to be willing to continue implementing the agreement, but the spectre of the restoration of American sanctions weights on this decision.
Could the deal survive the US withdrawal? What will be the implications for the EU and, especially, for Italy - which is risking the freezing of 30 billion euros of potential business with Teheran? And what could be put into jeopardy in the trade relations with the US?
Breakfast Briefings are in-depth, update and networking meetings by The Centre for Business Scenarios by ISPI, also in collaboration with Assolombarda, on topical issues from the international economic and political scene. They are conceived for businesses and aim at detecting emerging trends, to identify both opportunities and structural risk factors. The length and the restricted format of the meetings ensure debate and discussion with the experts and interaction among participants.
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