Iran’s PGHC plans 11 petchem projects financed by Chinese investors
The cost of these plants is €6 billion ($7 billion) and PGHC’s Managing Director Adel Nejad Salim is quoted as saying that the plants will be financed by Chinese investors, according to Iran’s Shana Agency.
Information regarding the names of each plant project or a timeline was not shared by Shana Agency, except that construction of some of the plants has already started.
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