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A forbidden market
A forbidden market
One market the company can't tap: Iran. U.S. export restrictions make doing business there verboten.

That may soon change. Sayyid is heartened by the protests and demands for fair elections. He's thrilled by the softer tone that President Obama has adopted toward the country. Discussing the possibility of setting up shop in Tehran, Sayyid and sons break into big grins.

"That," Sayyid says, "would be like coming full circle."

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