GE Says It Will Stop Doing Business with Iran General Electric becomes the second U.S. company in a week to announce it will no longer seek new business in Iran. American companies are forbidden by law from doing business in Iran, but many have gotten around the law by working through foreign subsidiaries.
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GE Says It Will Stop Doing Business with Iran

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GE Says It Will Stop Doing Business with Iran

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GE Says It Will Stop Doing Business with Iran

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General Electric becomes the second U.S. company in a week to announce it will no longer seek new business in Iran. American companies are forbidden by law from doing business in Iran, but many have gotten around the law by working through foreign subsidiaries.