24 - 27 April 2018 / Tehran Permanent Fairground

Iran Construction Sector

Critical Need for Modernization Promises Lucrative Opportunities

The new Iranian Building Code is creating completely new dynamics in the Iranian construction market through its new building requirements: transfer of technology, energy efficiency, sustainability, modern construction material and technology, and many others. These needs for modernization promise immense lucrative opportunities for new investors and companies. While the government continues to tackle the low-income housing shortage and infrastructure development projects, private investments are expected to turn to more lucrative markets such as high-rise offices, shopping malls, hotels, as well as hospitality and tourism related developments.

A Phase of New Investments and Higher Demand

The lifting of economic sanctions on Iran is set to unlock USD 200 Billion worth of investments and increase import growth by more than USD 20 Billion. In particular, the Iranian purchase of machinery and equipment will rise by over USD 4 Billion by 2017, representing more than 20% of total imports. This huge demand is driving international companies to access the Middle East’s second-largest economy. Consequently, FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) inflows are set to accelerate, reaching USD 3.7 Billion in 2017.

Water projects

Iran aims to finance its unfinished water projects (valued at USD 42.8 Billion) through foreign investment and loans from the World Bank and the Islamic Development Bank.

Tourism

Iran has negotiated an investment package worth USD 25 Billion to revitalize its tourism which has been under the shadow of its petroleum industry.

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