Iran to see more foreign investments

25 January 2013 - 1:22pm


Iran received $4.15 billion of foreign investments in 2011 and $1.15 billion in 2012 (0.24% of the GDP).

The Economist says that Iran will receive $1.23 billion of foreign investments (0.23% of the GDP).

Investments will increase to $1.3 billion (0.22% of the GDP) in 2014, $1.8 billion in 2015 and 2016 (0.26% and 0.23% of the GDP respectively) and $2 billion in 2017.


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