Asian powers look to Iran and beyond

January 2005
Middle East;Jan2005, Issue 352, p44
This article reports that Asian investors, both private and public are increasingly looking towards Middle Eastern energy markets. The vast bulk of commercial investment in the Middle East has come from one of two sources, domestic, mainly state owned enterprises and private sector companies from North America and Western Europe. The deal that will see Sinopec develop the Yadavaran field in Iran has made most of the headlines over the past few weeks, but this is just one example of a trend that looks sure to grow over the next few years, particularly in Iran.


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