The CEO, Payam Barzegar, mentioned the significant potential and
impact of the Special Economic Zone on the country's economy. He emphasized the
necessity of developing this region due to the established infrastructure and
distinct advantages compared to other areas in the country.
The development plan for the Progress and Hope of the Petrochemical
Special Economic Zone covers more than 3,300 hectares of land. It aims to
contribute to the completion of the petrochemical value chain and the creation
of job opportunities. A budget of 800 billion Tomans has been allocated for the
initial phase of the development plan in the current fiscal year.
Barzegar also noted the construction of two innovation factories in
the Petrochemical Special Economic Zone, emphasizing the goal of maximizing
added value and generating more employment opportunities while leveraging the
capacity of knowledge-based companies.
The Special Economic Zone is seen as a significant driver of economic
development and industrial growth, and this expansion is expected to bring
prosperity to the region and the country as a whole.