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1 THE CAPACITIES OF IRAN’S INDUSTRIES
Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia THE CAPACITIES OF IRAN’S INDUSTRIES Presented to the Representatives of Iron ore deposits from State of Minas Gerais Embassy of the I.R. Iran - Brazil Dr. Mohsen SHATERZADEH Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Brasilia – 25 September 2008 Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

2 Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

3 THE CAPACITIES OF IRAN’S INDUSTRIES
The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

4 Visionary, innovative and developed based on advanced technology
The general view of Industry and Mine sector in “20-Year Development Perspective” Document Visionary, innovative and developed based on advanced technology Self sufficient in providing Strategic Commodities Export Oriented, to obtain major part of foreign exchange, through export. Balanced in different parts of country based on regional capabilities and advantages. Exploiting available resources to the optimal level. Synergic, by setting Networks, Clusters and Chains Compliance with Regional and International Standards The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

5 Industrial Development Strategy
Macro Policies Industrial development established by private and cooperative sectors, emphasize on public participation, by forming private and public stock companies. Investment, in development of Iranian Brands for Industries and their promotion in global Market. Recommending advanced technology for industry and mine sector and establishing Hi Tech industries associated with top notch technology. Entrenching of privatization to increase performance and competitiveness Encourage foreign investment for transfer of technical know-how and technology, to improve managerial and technical capabilities, and gain access to international markets through international marketing networks, and have a reach to foreign investment firms, and have a reach to complementary financial resources. The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

6 Priorities In INDUSTRY and MINE Sectors
Hi-Tech Industries Natural Resources and Energy Based Industries Mines Machinery Industries Light and Heavy Vehicle Industries Rail Industries Marine Transport Industries Agro Industries Textile Industries Home Appliance Industries Chemical Industries The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

7 Industry Quantitative Goals on 2025
TITLE % of growth/year MILLION $ HIGH TECH INDUSTRIES 19.9 11630 MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT 12.9 10080 VEHICLE 11.4 27913 ENERGY based INDUSTRIES 11.3 51960 AGRO INDUSTRIES 11.2 15973 METAL MINERALS 18 137311 NON-METAL MINERALS 14 191075 TOTAL 445942 The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

8 Some Figures of Production Capacity
Steel : Million Ton / year Mine : Million Ton / year Car : Million / year Power Plant Equipments : 5500 MW/year Tractor : / year Cement : Million Ton / year Sugar : Million Ton / year Oil : Million Ton / year Paper : Million Ton / year Ceramic : Million Ton / year Glass : Million Ton / year Textile : Million Square Meter / year The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

9 Annual Growth Rate of (Non-Petroleum) Industrial & Mineral Exports
The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

10 Total Contract Value of Technical & Engineering Services Exported under MIM's Supervision (million dollar) The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

11 Some Parts of Macro Policies In Industrial Sector
The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

12 Some Parts of Macro Policies in Industrial Sector
To plan production of major metals by 2025, to reach 3.5% of world steel production (55 million MT) and 4% of world export (20 million MT). Furthermore, to increase aluminum production to 1.5 million MT and copper to 800,000 MT. The Petrochemical industry is supposed to produce 51 million MT of Ethylene, Methanol, and different types of Poly-Ethylene by 2025, in order to share 34% of Middle East and more than 6.5% of world major petrochemical products Investment in design and production of five models of vehicles, under local brands in coming two decades, with competitive advantage on global level The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

13 Some Parts of Macro Policies in Industrial Sector
Establishment and expansion of foreign sights for assembly of Iranian products with assistance of Iranian investors Co-marketing of Iranian vehicles through international sales and distribution networks in return to offering market share in Iran Design and production of four classes of natural gas run engines, with auxiliary equipments. To set incentives and support domestic and foreign investors for production of different types of locomotives. Encouraging private sector to invest in marine industry and to boost foreign investment The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

14 Some Parts of Macro Policies in Industrial Sector
Providing guarantees and financial support for loans with low interest, and political support of domestic ship-building industry in foreign markets, through reciprocal and active export, to obtain fair market share. Establishing engineering design and access to current technology of ship-building, support research and development, having close connection with universities, training skilled workforce in demand, with respect to current and future requirements of world market and international standards Updating and development of maintenance, process, packing and distribution technology, exploiting biotechnology and nanotechnology considering environmental and optimization of energy consumption. With respect to upstream and downstream investments made in the country and region to spot the opportunities and threats, explore for new markets while developing guidelines for investment and expansion. The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

15 Perspective Document for Iran Development in 2025 (Quantitative Goal)
TITLE GOAL CAPACITY (thousands ton) SHARE Of WORLD PRODUCT NEW CAOACITY TOTAL INVESTMENT COST (MILLION $) STEEL Projects 55 000 3.5% 26000 18200 COPER Projects 800 - 600 3600 ALUMINUM Projects 1500 900 PETROCHEMICAL GOODS (ETHYLENE ,METANOL,..) 51000 6.5% The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

16 SOME SPECIFIC ENHANCEMENTS INTRODUCED BY FOREIGN INVESTMENT PROMOTIN and PROTECTION ACT (FIPPA) for FOREIGN INVESTMENTS IN IRAN The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

17 SOME SPECIFIC ENHANCEMENTS INTRODUCED BY FOREIGN INVESTMENT PROMOTIN and PROTECTION ACT(FIPPA) for FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN IRAN Broader fields for involvement by foreign investors including in major infrastructure: Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Project Financing Methods: Civil Participation Buy Back Counter Trade BOT . Introduction of new legal option governing the government investors relations, The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

18 Some of the features are:
Reasons to Invest in Iran Iran qualifies from many respects to be a good location for investment and doing business. Some of the features are: The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

19 Reasons to Invest in Iran
Strategic Location: A unique geographical location at the cross-road connecting the Middle East, Asia  and Europe, empowered by many inter-and trans-regional trade, customs, tax and investment arrangements; Privatization Plans and Article 44 of the constitution: The result of IRAN' s development plants and article 44 of the constitution; Public companies will be privatized and some state sectors will transfer to the non-state sector. The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

20 Reasons to Invest in Iran
3. Market Potentials and Proximity: Vast domestic market with a population of 65 million growing steadily as well as quick access to neighboring markets with approximately 300 million inhabitants; 4. Labor Privileges: Large pool of trained and efficient manpower at very competitive costs in a  diversified economy with an extensive industrial base and service sector; The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

21 Reasons to Invest in Iran
5. Membership of international groups/organizations (some of them are as bellow): Customs Co-operation Council (CCC), Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO), Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), Islamic Development Bank (IDB), International Finance Corporation (IFC), International Labour Organisation (ILO), International Monetary Fund (IMF), International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO), Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC), Organisation for Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), United Nations (UN), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), World Confederation on Labour (WCL). The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

22 Reasons to Invest in Iran
6. Developed Infrastructure: Territory developed networking in the area of telecommunication, roads and  railways across the country; 7. Low Utility and Production Cost: Diversified range of energy, telecommunication, transportation, as well as public utilities; 8. Abundant Natural Resources: Varied and plentiful reserves of natural resources ranging from oil and gas to metallic and non-metallic species reflecting the country’s accessibility to readily available raw materials; 9. Climatic Characteristics: A four season climatic endowment as a privilege to agricultural  activities  throughout the country and throughout all seasons; The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

23 Reasons to Invest in Iran
10. Fiscal Incentives: Reduced tax rates from 65% to a flat fixed 25% rate of tax income despite various tax holidays highlighted as follows: Highlights of Tax Holidays Activity Level of Exemption Duration of  Exemption Agriculture 100% No Time Limit Industry and Mining 80% 4 Years Industry and Mining in Less-Developed Areas 10 Years Tourism 50% No Time Limit Exports The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

24 Reasons to Invest in Iran
11- Political Stability: Representative system of government based on friendly relationship with other nations; 12 - New Investment Legislation: Enactment of new Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Act (FIPPA) to substitute the former Law Concerning Attraction and Protection of Foreign  Investments in Iran (LAPFI) providing full security and legal protection to foreign investments based on transparency and international standards. The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

25 There is no restriction on the percentage of foreign shareholding,
SOME SPECIFIC ENHANCEMENTS INTRODUCED BY FOREIGN INVESTMENT PROMOTIN and PROTECTION ACT(FIPPA) for FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN IRAN Streamlined and fast-track investment licensing application and approval process, Creation of one-stop shop called the ”Center for Foreign Investment Services” for focused and efficient support for foreign investment undertaking in Iran, Foreign Investors enjoy the same treatment as accorded to domestic investors, There is no restriction on the percentage of foreign shareholding, The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

26 SOME SPECIFIC ENHANCEMENTS INTRODUCED BY FOREIGN INVESTMENT PROMOTIN and PROTECTION ACT(FIPPA) for FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN IRAN Foreign Capital is guaranteed against nationalization and expropriation, and in such cases the Foreign Investor shall be entitled to receive compensation, Foreign direct investment in areas where the activity of private sector is permissible, Iranian natural and juridical persons applying for investment in the country, can enjoying the facilities and protections under FIPPA, The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

27 FOREIGN INVESTMENTS UNDER FOREIGN INVESTMENT PROMOTION and PROTECTION ACT (FIPPA) (DURING 1993-2007)
Caution: This Statistical Report is Excluded Foreign Investments in Oil Exploration and Exploitation and Foreign Investments without Foreign Investment License. The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

28 VOLUME OF FOREIGN INVESTMENTS UNDER FIPPA by sector (THOUSANDS US$)
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29 No. of Foreign Investment under FIPA (1993-2006)
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30 During 1993-2006 ,331 Foreign Investment Projects, Worth of 21
During ,331 Foreign Investment Projects, Worth of Billion US$ Covered by FIPPA 281 Projects Worth of Billion US$ Related To Industry and Mine Sectors The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

31 Some INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES in INDUSTRY and MINE SECTORS
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32 Some INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY in INDUSTRY and MINE SECTORS
STEEL Projects CEMENT Projects Non Steel Projects MINE Projects IDRO `S Projects PETROCHEMICAL DOWN STREAM Projects Some Other (Industrial) Industry Projects The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

33 JOINT COOPERATION WITH PROJECTS (IN) INSIDE IRAN LIKE: Steel Projects
SOME POSSIBLE COMMON COOPERATION BETWEEN IRAN and OTHER COUNTRIES THROW FINANCING or JOINT VENTURE JOINT COOPERATION WITH PROJECTS (IN) INSIDE IRAN LIKE: Steel Projects Cement Projects Non Steel Projects (ALUMINIUM, COPPER, ….) Down Stream Projects JOINT COOPERATION IN MULTI NATIONAL PROJECTS LIKE : D8 Projects, ECO Projects, ……. The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

34 STEEL PROJECTS Location Estimate Costs PROJECT TITLE RAW Province Local Currency (Billion Rials) Foreign Exchange (Million $) Esfahan 1485 90 Saba Steel Capacity Development 1 5175 490 Mobarakeh Steel (Shahid Kharrazi) 2 Charmahal Bakhtiyari 1400 124 Charmahal Bakhtiyari Steel 3 Azarbayejan 1919 127 Azarbayejan Steel 4 Kerman 1600 136 Kerman Steel 5 Yazd Yazd Steel 6 Fars 1288 Fars Steel 7 Khuzestan 2142 128 Khuzestan Steel 8 The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

35 STEEL PROJECTS Location Estimate Costs PROJECT TITLE RAW Province Local Currency (Billion Rials) Foreign Currency(Million $) South Khorasan 1300 124 South Khorasan Steel 9 Razavi Khorasan 1600 136 Razavi Khorasan Steel 10 Yazd 895 198 Grafiti Eletrod Production 11 Hormozgan -_ 163/2 Nama Power Plant 12 Khuzestan 580 365 Oxin Steel Making 13 560 45 Alloyed Steel Capacity Development 14 Razavi Khorasan _ 400 Khorasan Steel (Capacity Enhancement) 15 The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

36 SEPAHAN Developing Plan
CEMENT PROGECTS LOCATION Start of Cunstruction CAPACITY (ton per day) PRIJECT TITLE RAW PROVINCE SISTAN BALUCHESTAN  2005 600 KHASH 1 KERMAN 2004 3300 MOMTAZAN 2 MAZANDARAN 3300  NEKA Developing Plan 3 GILAN  2000 KHAZAR 4 ISFAHAN  2002 3500  LORESTAN 5 FARS 2006 700 ABADEH 6 SEPAHAN Developing Plan 7 CHARMAHAL BAKHTIYARI  2003 3500 SHAREKORD 8 TEHRAN SHOMAL 9 KHORASAN RAZAVI  LAR SABZEVAR 10 The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

37 HEKMATANEH Developing Plan BOJNOORD Developing Plan
CEMENT PROGECTS LOCATION Start of Cunstruction CAPACITY (ton per day) PRIJECT TITLE RAW PROVINCE BUSHEHR 2003 5500  SAROOJ BUSHEHR 11 MARKAZY 2004 3400  OMRAN ANARAK 12 KERMANSHAH  2005 2000 GHARB Optimization 13 ISFAHAN SAROOJ ISFAHAN 14 HAMADAN 3400 HEKMATANEH Developing Plan 15 GHAZVIN 5000 Abyek Line(1) 16 KHORASAN SHOMALI 3300 BOJNOORD Developing Plan 17 MAZANDARAN NEKA 18 FARS 2007 FASA 19 KHUZESTAN OMIDIYEH 20 The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

38 MINE PROJECTS Location TOTAL INVESTMENT COSTS PRODUCT PROJECT TITLE RAW PROVINCE Local Currency (Billion Rials) Foreign Currency (Million $) Yazd 250 81.8Million Euro 450 k ton COAL Concentrate Parvade.4 Coal Mine Equipment 1 Kerman 105 107 310 k ton COAL Concentrate Khomrod Coal Mine Equipment 2 380 173 Million Euro 3 MILLION TON Jlal Abad Iron Ore Mine Equipment 3 Wst Azarbayejan _ 44.8Million Euro 3 ton Gold Zarshuran Gold Mine Plant 4 Razavi Khorasan 1990 297 6.2 Moillion Ton Sangan 2 Capacity Enhansment 5 4041 412 Million Euro 10 MILLION GOL GOHAR(phase2) 6 The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

39 Non Steel Projects Location Total Investment Cost Project Title RAW Province Local Currency (Billion Rials) Foreign Currency (Million $) Kerman 1180 84 SARCHESHMEH(phase2) 1 1085 56 KHATOON ABAD Development 2 695 103 KHATOON ABAD SOLFORIC ACID 3 635 32 KHATOON ABAD Refinery 4 East Azarbayejan 1197 29 SONGUN(PHASE2) 5 585 29.22 SONGUN Refinery 6 2201 120 SONGUN SOLFORIC ACID 7 745 39 SARAB ALOMINA Production 8 900 354 SOUTH ALUMINIUM 9 Fars 612 KHALIJ FARS ALOMINA 10 _ 3189 700 11 1069 104 PETROLIUM COC FACTORY 12 The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

40 IDRO `s Projects Estimate Costs Project Title RAW Local Currency (Billion Rials) Foreign Currency (Million $) 150  - 6-7 Seat Aircraft 1 200 8-12 Seat Aircraft 2 19 Seat Aircraft 3 20 Light Weight Aircraft 4 5 Shiraz Electronic Tower طرح جداسازی آموزش الکترونیکی از مگفا در قالب SBU 6 طرح جداسازی سیستم پیام دهی از مگفا در قالب SBU 7 - 8 IT Park Establishing 9 A.T.M Production 10 G.T.L Production 11 Cool Gas Productin 12  Vaccine Production 13 The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

41 Investment (million Dollars) Annual Capacity (Thousand Ton)
IDRO `s Projects Investment (million Dollars) Annual Capacity (Thousand Ton) Projects Title index 19.24 20 Methyl Ethyl Kotone 1 51.5 26 Isobutylene Isoprene Rubber(ILR) 2 46.4 140 Petroleum Coke (Graphinated & Calcinaled ) 3 32.6 45 9 Aniline Nitrobenzene 4 135 115 Methyl Metharcrylate 6 26.2 22.5 Ethylene Amines 7 500 1600 Methanol To Propylene 46.3 50 Mineral Oil (White Oil ) 150 Poly Vinyl Chloride 10 The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

42 Investment (million Dollars) Annual Capacity (Thousand Ton)
IDRO `s Projects Investment (million Dollars) Annual Capacity (Thousand Ton) Projects Title index 100 70 Acrylonitrile Buladiene Styrene(ABS) 11 39 32 Purified Ethylene Oxide 12 36 15 Titanium Tetracachloride 13 300 350 Terephthalic Acid 14 95 50 Styrene Butadiene Styrene 75 Triple Super Phosphate Fertilizer 16 400 500 Propylene From Propane 17 130 Oxo Alcohols 18 123 Base Oil 19 45 3 Polyurethane 20 25 9 Bopet 21 The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

43 JOINT COOPERATION WITH PROJECTS INSIDE IRAN LIKE: Steel Projects
SOME IMAGINABLE COMMON COOPERATION BETWEEN IRAN and Other Countries THROW FINANCING or JOINT VENTURE JOINT COOPERATION WITH PROJECTS INSIDE IRAN LIKE: Steel Projects Cement Projects Non Metal Projects (ALUMINIUM, COPPER, ….) Down Stream Projects JOINT COOPERATION IN MULTI NATIONAL PROJECTS LIKE : D8 Projects, ECO Projects, ……. The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

44 SOME OTHER POSSIBLE COMMON COOPERATION BETWEEN IRAN and OTHERS COUNTRIES THROW FINANCING or JOINT VENTURE JOINT COOPERATION WITH IRANIAN COMPANIES FOR EXECUTION OF PROJECTS IN THE WORLD: I.R. IRAN has Cooperation with some Group of Countries around the World such as: Neighboring Countries CIS Countries ECO Countries Middle East & North Africa Countries D8 Countries Latin America & ALBA Countries SHANGHAI Countries South & NAM & African Countries The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

45 َAgreements Amount: Over than 37 Billion of Dollar
SOME OTHER POSSIBLE COMMON COOPERATION BETWEEN IRAN and OTHERS COUNTRIES THROW FINANCING or JOINT VENTURE Signed Agreements with Countries Such as: Venezuela ,Syria ,Belarus , Iraq ,Azerbaijan ,Bolivia ,Senegal ,Tajikistan, Turkey , China , Kazakhstan, Russia ,Turkmenistan , Algeria, Oman, Cuba, Egypt َAgreements Amount: Over than 37 Billion of Dollar Contracts Amount: Billion of Dollar. The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

46 SOME OTHER POSSIBLE COMMON COOPERATION BETWEEN IRAN and OTHERS COUNTRIES THROW FINANCING or JOINT VENTURE Tractor Industry Refinery Wagon Industry Transformer Electrical Post Station Power Plant Vehicle Industry Petrochemical Plants Mills Production Factory Plastic Injection Plant Factory Dairy Products Industry Medical Equipment Industry Shipping Industry The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

47 I.R.IRAN Invite Investors for Establishing Joint Cooperation
SOME OTHER POSSIBLE COMMON COOPERATION BETWEEN IRAN and OTHERS COUNTRIES THROW FINANCING or JOINT VENTURE Food Industries Cement Plant Factory Radio and TV Equipment Industry Composite Aircraft Factory Bicycle Industry Building Materials Factory Steel Factory I.R.IRAN Invite Investors for Establishing Joint Cooperation Bilateral Joint Company Or MULTILATERAL Joint Company The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

48 Iranian Projects Around the Word
1- VENEZUELA Tractor Industry Vehicle Industry Petrochemical Plants Mills Production Factory Plastic Injection Plant Factory Dairy Products Industry Medical Equipment Industry Shipping Industry Food Industries Cement Plant Factory Radio and TV Equipment Industry Composite Aircraft Factory Bicycle Industry Building Materials Factory Steel Factory Civil Projects Agriculture Projects Sugar Industries The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

49 Iranian Projects Around the Word
2 - SYRIA Vehicle Industry Oil Refinery Plants Power Plant Electrical Post Station Glass Industry Food Industries Cement Plant Factory Textile Industry Piece of Cars Factories Building Materials Factory Agro - Industry Projects Silo Project The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

50 Iranian Projects Around the Word
3 - CUBA Mills Production Factory Wagons Medical Equipment Industry Cement Plant Factory Radio and TV Equipment Industry Home Appliance Industry Bicycle Industry Building Materials Factory Paper Industry Sugar Industries Biotechnology Cooperation Agriculture cooperation The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

51 Iranian Projects Around the Word
4 – IRAQ Sugar Industries Textiles Industries Power Plants Road & Rail Road Industries Electrical Industries Rubber Industries Cement Industry 5 - SENEGAL Vehicle Industry Electrical Post Station Civil Projects The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

52 Iranian Projects Around the Word
6 - Bolivia Mills Production Factory Plastic Injection Plant Factory Dairy Products Industry Food Industries Building Materials Factory Civil Projects Agriculture Projects 7 - BILORUSSIA Vehicle Industry Power Plant Cement Plant Factory ICT Industry Tractor Industry The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

53 Iranian Projects Around the Word
8- EGYPT Vehicle Industry Textile Factory Sugar Industries (from Egypt) 9- KAZAGHESTAN Shipping Industry Food Industries Mineral Plant Factory Bicycle Industry Steel Factory Civil Projects 10 - CHINA 11- TAJIKESTAN Tractor Industry The Capacities of IRAN’s INDUSTRIES Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia

54 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
THANK YOU for YOUR ATTENTION Dr. Mohsen SHATERZADEH Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Brasilia– 25 September 2008 Embassy of the Islamic Republic of IRAN in Brasilia


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