MP3: 11-25-13 Mid-day Update - Will international businesses cash in on easing of Iran sanctions?

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11-25-13 Mid-day Update - Will international businesses cash in on easing of Iran sanctions? MP3

Europe's automotive industry and others may benefit from lifted sanctions on Iran. Restaurant profit margins are slim, only around 3-5 percent. So more restaurant chains are starting to make home deliveries. And, One Direction's new album was topping the charts before it was even released. Source: marketplace.org

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