Iran will soon be open for business. That means more oil going out, but also everything from airplanes to cars going in, with Asian manufacturers set to be among the biggest winners.
Take cars, for example. Iranians are sure to snap up Asian cars that were unavailable 36 years ago when the Islamic revolution swept what was then the Middle East's biggest auto market. The country bought over 1 million units prior to the imposition of sanctions, according to Anna-Marie Baisden, London-based head of auto analysis at BMI Research.