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Iran's water market: awash with opportunities Iran's water and wastewater market presents significant opportunities for technology suppliers and developers.

Iran's water market: awash with opportunities

The easing of international sanctions on Iran is promising to open up one of the world’s largest markets for water and wastewater infrastructure, says report

 •   Iran to invest $645mn to boost oil recovery rate
 •   Iran's oil and gas exports reach 2.7mn bpd in July
 •   Iran starts construction of $1bn petrochem plant


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