Iran to enter oil and gas deals worth USD 185 billion

Iran aims to enter into deals on oil and gas projects with foreign companies for no less than USD 185 billion in upcoming years.

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When the international sanctions are lifted, Iran is prepared to export goods including oil, gas, metals and cars, says the Iranian Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade, Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh.

The country expects to enter into deals for oil and gas projects with foreign companies for a total of USD 185 billion in total in upcoming years.

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