* Despite sanctions, Iran carmaker sees 2-figure growth * Says international pressure has made it stronger * Enjoys protected home market, analyst says exports limited By Robin Pomeroy and Sanam Shantyaei KARAJ, Iran, June 29 (Reuters) - In the Iranian summer heat, portable fans cool workers stacking parts in the Middle East's biggest car factory. But the heavy lifting is unaffected by the soaring temperatures as robots -- from South Korea, Germany and Japan, -- stamp sheets of ...
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