Iranian mining industry

Iranian mining industry

The world economy has known Iran as the world's eighteenth crowded countries. The capital which is Tehran is the largest city and political center of Islamic republic of Iran. Iran is located in the east side of Afghanistan and Pakistan, in north-eastern Turkmenistan,

in the northern parts of the Caspian Sea, in the north-west of Azerbaijan and Armenia in the West with Turkey and Iraq, and in the south by the Persian Gulf and Oman Sea. Iran has a strategic position due to its presence in the central Eurasia region and includes United Nations, NAM, OIC, OPEC, ECO and several other international organizations. Iran is a regional powerhouse in southwestern Asia, and it has gained a significant place in the global economy, due to its possession of the oil, petrochemical, natural gas and automotive industries.
Over the past 30 years, a population of 36 million has grown to more than 80 million, and the first wave of this new generation has reached adulthood. The liberation from the oil-dependent economy and the global economy are main analytical advantages which formed the concepts in favor of Iranian economic development which reached high level of value for marketing in Iran and advertising in Iran aiming Iranian market. The government's plan is to become independent on oil revenues, which account for 80 percent of Iran's foreign exchanging. Attempting this matter might help Iranian market to become stronger due to recent sanctions which made Iranian market a well profitable but high risk market.
Industries, resources and mines
The most advanced industries in Iranian market are: oil, gas, petrochemical, steel, textile, chemical, food, automotive, damping, electrical and electronic industries. Iranian market is in support by our country with rich mineral deposits. The main mineral deposits of Iran are: oil, natural gas, iron, copper, lead, zinc, chromite, gold, manganese and son on. Iran, the world's second-largest oil reserves, eleven percent of the land-proven oil reserves of 130 billion barrels, as well as the world's second-largest gas reserves, holds eighteen percent of its natural gas reserves at 26 trillion cubic meters. Iran is the second largest OPEC exporter and the fourth largest oil producer in the world.
Major mines of Iran out of Iranian market include minerals of iron ore, manganese, chromite, copper, lead, zinc, nickel, cobalt, gold, silver and uranium; chemical minerals: sulfur, salt; decorative stones such as turquoise; sand and coal. Mining for marketing in Iran and global marketing is developing by passing time. Iran has about 68 types of minerals, 37 billion tons of discovered reserves and 57 billion tons of potential reserves are in the 15th place of rich mineral wealth and is considered one of the most important mineral producers in the world.
Based on the results, Iran ranked second in natural gas with 18.3% of the Global gas and fourth in the world's oil with 158.7 billion barrels of oil, with 9.3% of the world's oil, estimated to last more than a hundred years. Iran also has 7% of the world's mines. The value of Iran's mines is estimated at $ 700 billion, which, if they are invested, this number will increase.
Most of Iran's mines are open-air and world class. Like the Sarcheshmeh copper mine with 1.2 billion tons with a grade of 0.7%, Zanjan mine with a remaining 9 million tons with a rating of 35%, a Maragheh mine with 160 million tons of 2%, Sangan Iron ore deposit with a reserve of 1. 2 billion tons (the ninth rank of the world) and Gol-e-Gohar Sirjan mine with 1 billion tons (tenth of the world).
Iranian market’s economy:
According to the World Bank, Iran now has the highest purchasing power, the 18th in the world after Australia and above the Netherlands, Sweden and Belgium, and ranked 29th in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) list.
On the basis of the same GNP of Iran, the gross domestic product of Iran is 331.014.973.186. Iran's economy is one of the great economies that did not directly get hurt by the financial crisis of 2007-2009. The high oil price in recent years has allowed Iran to make up to $ 97 billion.
Foreign investment in Iranian market
According to the report, only 6 countries in 2011 faced the growth of foreign direct investment, which Iranian market has been among them. Iranian market has also ranked sixth in terms of investment growth. Most focused were on investing in oil and gas, automotive, copper mines, petrochemical, food and pharmaceutical industries due to marketing in Iran.
Companies in more than 50 countries have invested for marketing in Iran over the past 16 years, with Asia and Europe most involved. Among the developed countries, the most active investors are from Germany, Norway, Britain, France, Japan, Russia, South Korea, Sweden and Switzerland.
The volume of foreign direct investment made due to marketing in Iran in 2011 has amounted to 4.15 billion dollars. This figure was up to 13.7% year-on-year. Between 12 Middle Eastern countries, Iran ranked third in terms of foreign direct investment, followed by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. While direct foreign investment in Iranian market during 2011 has experienced an increase of 14 percent, Iran has faced the United States and Europe sanctions until now.
Exhibition in the service of the economy
According to a special report by the International Union of Exhibitions UFI, the Islamic Republic of Iran in 2006 ranked first in the countries of the Middle East and Africa in terms of the number of annual exhibitions as well as the exhibition space, and today it is one of the three leading countries in industrial exhibition in the region. Exhibition number in Tehran is more than 70 domestic and foreign exhibitions in the year, and the number of large and successful exhibitions in the provincial centers of the country is also significant.


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