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Iran - Road Project (English)

The Road Project in Iran includes the construction, and reconstruction of main roads in the western part of the country, and, improvement of existing roads between Khalafabad, and Shiraz in the South. In addition, the project will also plan preliminary engineering of a second main road program, and of a feeder road program. The construction, and improvement of the road network will facilitate agricultural, and industrial product marketing, and thus significantly decrease transportation costs.


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    Memorandum & Recommendation of the President

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    Iran, Islamic Republic of

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    Middle East and North Africa,

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    Iran - Road Project

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    oil revenue;cost of living index;expansion in bank credit;foreign exchange;local currency expenditure;commercial bank;main road;price of oil;motor vehicle traffic;price to consumer;method of procurement;Foreign Exchange Reserve;rate of investment;feeder road program;Freely Convertible Currency;obligations under agreement;Oil Income;development policy;external indebtedness;tax revenue;private industry;road link;pound sterling;financial loss;inflationary pressure;international competition;consumer good;consumer goods;agricultural production;general obligation;government fund;financial plan;currency requirement;price reduction;budget forecast;road system;increasing exports;financial operation;amortization schedule;road contracts;currency cost;import good;construction period;passenger traffic;private bank;net investment;reconstruction work;agricultural output;agricultural area;private investment;residential building;



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Iran - Road Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.