Any U.S. sanctions relief on Iran likely to start slowly

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By Timothy Gardner and Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Any easing by Washington of sanctions on Iran in exchange for Tehran taking steps to scale back its nuclear program is likely to be fleeting and symbolic, with any moves for bigger concessions likely to be blocked by Congress. At talks in Geneva on the nuclear program with six world powers on Tuesday, Iran's negotiators presented a proposal on defusing a decade-old standoff. But both sides said it was too early to talk of a breakthrough. Even if Iran promises to take serious steps, it is unlikely to satisfy key members of the U.S. ...