TEHRAN (Iran News) – As many as 18 petrochemical projects will be designed and implemented in Chabahar Free Zone from 2022 onward, according to an official. Chief Executive of Infrastructure Supply Company of Chabahar Free Zone, Mehdi Kouhi, made the announcement on Monday and said, “these projects will come on stream in three phases, each phase with […]
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