April 12 (Bloomberg) -- Iran plans to sell its petrochemical industry to investors, state-run Press TV reported, citing Oil Minister Rostam Qasemi.
All of the country’s petrochemical plants will be sold and support for commercial companies to invest in the field will be increased, according to a report published late yesterday on the news channel’s website. Qasemi was speaking yesterday in Assaluyeh, southern Iran, Press-TV said.
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