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Iran’s population of over 74 million people composes 1.09% of the world’s population; Iran has the second largest population, after Egypt, in the Middle East and North Africa region

The Islamic Republic of Iran, is a resource-rich and labor-rich country; new mineral wealth is being discovered each year, and a large part of the country is still unexplored:

Ranks seventh in mineral wealth; among the world’s top three holders of proven oil and natural gas reserves; possesses 10% of proven global petroleum reserves with an estimated 137.6 billion barrels of proven oil reserves; possesses about 18% of the earth’s natural-gas deposits, ranks as the world’s second holder of proven gas reserves after Russia with an estimated proven natural gas reserves at 1,045 trillion cubic feet (Tcf),

OPEC’s second-largest producer and exporter after Saudi Arabia

In the soon-to-come era of natural gas dominance over oil, Iran will oust Saudi Arabia as the world’s beating heart for energy
Strategic location, surrounded by 15 land and sea neighbors, can serve as a lucrative trade and transit route in both north-south and east-west directions

Abundant natural and human resources would be magnets for foreign direct investment if a hospitable business climate and sufficient incentives should prevail

Variegated climate and favorable topography allow for a rich agriculture under conducive policies

The minimal infrastructure needed for growth and development (roads, railroads, air and sea ports, modern communications) is already in place to promote and sustain growth under proper maintenance

According to a report published by Goldman Sachs, Iran has the strong possibility of becoming one of the world's largest economies in the 21st century
The country has a young and steadily urbanizing population:
65% of the population is under the age of 30
68% live in urban settings

Iran is the fastest growing country in terms of numbers of scientific publications in the world, growing from just 736 in 1996 to 13,238 in 2008

The Government is committed to a “comprehensive plan for science”, including boosting R&D investment to 4% of GDP by 2030 (it stood at just 0.59% of GDP in 2006)

Considered the region’s most “wired” nation, with more than one-third of its 74 million people having access to the Internet
Health outcomes in Iran have improved greatly over the past twenty years and now generally exceed regional averages; key to this success has been the Government of Iran’s strong commitment to and effective delivery of primary health care

Health outcomes in rural areas are almost equal to those in urban areas, with outcomes in terms of infant and maternal mortality nearly identical between urban and rural areas.

Among 169 countries, the Islamic Republic of Iran has been ranked 70th in terms of Human Development Index (HDI) according to the United Nations' report on 2010 Human Development Index (HDI)

 

 

 

 

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