Just days after US President Donald Trump called for further isolation of Iran, a Norwegian solar company signed a deal to invest €2.5 billion (S$4 billion) in the country over the next five years.

"Norway is fully committed to the JCPOA (nuclear deal) and this is proof that we have taken the opening very seriously, and we will see more investment very soon," Norwegian ambassador Lars Nordrum told AFP.

He was hosting the signing at his residence in Teheran between Norway's Saga Energy, which will work with Iran's Amin Energy Developers to install two gigawatts of solar panels in multiple sites around the central desert region...

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