Iran, Hyundai sign funding agreement for petchem project
The agreement is said to be worth 3 billion euros ($3.20 billion) and cover the construction of the second phase of the Kangan Petro Refining Company, which is expected to include 4 plants to produce olefins, LLDPE, HDPE and MEG.
The first phase ofthe projects, which was worth €120 million ($128 million), was reportedly completed by 30%.
The Iranian officials said the financing of the project will be finalized in nine months.
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