Business Environment

June 2011
Iran Oil & Gas Report;Q2 2011, Issue 2, p33
Industry Profile
The article discusses the business environment of Iran's oil and gas industry in terms of infrastructure, labour force, and foreign investment policy. It mentions the rapid improvement in the communications infrastructure attributed to privatisation plans and investments. It says that economic growth does not match with the new entrants to the labour market. It adds that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is committed to a five-year development plan for foreign direct investment (FDI).


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