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Untapped market + Population + Political Stability among Middle East Countries = Profitability

If you are looking for a dynamic and prosperous country in which to invest, innovate, grow or expand your business on the world stage, Think Iran !

Iran welcomes foreign business investments and offers many competitive advantages:

A welcoming business environment

Iran is the best country among Middle East countries to  do business.


A strong growth record


Unparalleled market access


A highly educated workforce

Iran ’s workforce is the most highly educated among Middle East countries


Low business tax costs

Total business tax costs in Iran are by far the lowest in the Middle East countries


Political  Stability


A great place to invest, work, and live

Iran  is one of the most multicultural countries in the world, with world-class universities, a universal health care system and clean and friendly cities.

If you do not persuade, Please consider attached file In-depth Analysis to Iran.



Official name

 Islamic Republic of Iran 

 Head of State

 President H.E. Dr. Hassan Rouhani

 National Day

 11th of February (Islamic Revolution of Iran-1979)




 1,648,196 sq km

 Land boundaries  4,137 km
 Sea boundaries  2,700 km (Including the Caspian Sea)
 River boundaries  1,918 km
 Border countries  Afghanistan, Azerbaijan (Nakhichevan), Armenia, Iraq, Pakistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan

 Mostly arid or semi-arid, temperate along Caspian coast and mountainous temperate along west and north-west.

 Natural resources  Petroleum,  natural  gas, coal, chromium, copper, iron ore, lead, manganese, zinc, sulfur 
 Land use (1998):  
 Arable land  300,000 sq. Km                  18.2%
 Meadows and pastures  900,000 sq. Km                   54.6%
 Forest and woodland  120,000 sq. Km                     7.3%
 Other  258,000 sq. Km                   15.7%
 Irrigated land  70,000 sq. Km                       4.2%     
Agricultural products  Wheat, rice, barley, potato, grains, sugar-beet, cotton, fresh & dried fruits, dates, pistachio, fruits, nuts,  poultry, meat, dairy products, wool; caviar, flowers and medicinal plants.
 Population  76.03 million (2012)
 Population growth rate  1.34% (2012)


Muslim                                              99.56%

Zoroastrian, Christian & Jewish              0.44%

Languages   Persian and Persian dialects, Azeri, Kurdish, Lori, Baloochi, Arabic
Literacy (2011)  Total      84.2%
 Currency Rial (IRR)
GDP   448.2 billion US$ (2010)
GDP per capita  6030 US$ (2010)
 GDP growth rate  6.4 % (2010)
 Total Imports 53451  million US $ (2012) 
 Total Exports 98033 million US $ (2012)
Foreign Direct Investment   4870 million US $ (2012)
 Industries Oil and gas, steel, aluminum, copper, electric and electronic equipment, cement & other building materials, metallurgy, home appliances, iron, textile, rugs and carpets, tapestry, miniature, ceramic, food processing (particularly sugar refining & vegetable oil production), petrochemicals, and car manufacturing & assemblies 
Electricity  Production: 232,955 GWH (2010) 
 Railways networks  12000 km (2013)
 Road networks  220000 km (2013)
 Ports  11 commercial ports
 Airports  54

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