Why can Iran

become an industrial hub in the Middle East?


The answer to this question is
easy If you know Iran well

The idea of industrial work, according to what can be found in some research, was created in 1275 with the establishment of a spinning workshop in Iran. In fact, maybe can say in this case the first workshop in the middle east area established in Iran. Although after that we are witnessing a period of stopping, in the time of the first Pahlavi king and the second Pahlavi king, especially with the influx of oil revenues, we can see the growth of the industry in Iran in quantitative terms.
Having an industrial and productive mindset in a nation stems from the deep horizon of view in its culture. Why the industrial movement in Iran has been more towards assembly and its reasons, we do not intend to examine, but even establishing the assembling industrial, it can be one of the reasons why we believe that Iran has the potential to become an industrial hub in the Middle East.

Iran is a country with the best economic geography in the region known as the Middle East.

It is the only country in the region that has 12 land and water borders with neighboring countries and has access to international open waters, too. Iran named the "Victory Bridge" during World War II, and truly can still play a role in the economic victory bridge between Iran and China for catching the Middle East market.

China is the second economic power in the world and we know it as the "factory of the world". Iran is a country with many different mineral raw materials and a powerful country in the Middle East. China and Iran have friendship for thousands of years and their nation has many similar cultures and minds. Industrial and marketing cooperation between these two ancient countries is a win-win deal.

As a completely private sector, we have a written plan for this and our focus is on creating economic cooperation of the private sectors and the cooperative production method, which is a simple sentence that can be called the participation of all elements of production and sales in ownership and income.


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Iran is the gateway to the mines of West Asia

Iran is located in a region where its neighboring countries such as Turkey and Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf countries are Desperately in need of mineral resources due to its pace of economic growth and development, while these countries are very poor in terms of mineral reserves; Although some of these countries have invested in industries such as steel, their raw materials are imported. With 18% of gas resources and 9% of oil resources, Iran has a unique position among the world's mining countries to supply energy for mining activities, especially in processing and metals. This feature causes large companies to carry out all mining-related operations from mining, metal production industries, especially steel in Iran, at reasonable costs.
Due to its mining potential, Iran was the first country to start teaching mining and geology 70 years ago among the countries in the region, and currently has trained more than 50,000 engineers and technicians in the fields of mining, metallurgy, and geology. This enormous amount of manpower makes the investing countries needless in terms of manpower, while in other countries in the region there is no such potential. Iran is one of the leading countries for investing in large mining companies in terms of the volume of definite and potential reserves, the existence of suitable infrastructure, the existence of a suitable consumer market in Iran and the countries of the region, reasonable energy prices, access to open waters and specialized and educated manpower. It is known and in one sentence Iran will be known as a mineral investment paradise in the future.


Oil, gas, iron, copper, gold, silver, zinc, lead, chromite, manganese, titanium, uranium, coal, gypsum, salt, silica, carbonate, precious stones such as turquoise are part of Iran's mines.

High rates of youth and educated ready to work

According to the latest statistics obtained in Iran, the country in terms of population composition is in a situation called the "Golden Age". At least until 2050, the total young and middle-aged population, which is between 15 and 64 years old, which is called the productive population or potential population in the economic structure, is about 69%, which means more than two-thirds of the population of Iran.

According to, the Deputy Minister of Education of the Ministry of Science of Iran, this rate is now ranked third among higher education graduates.

Therefore, due to the roots of industrial thought in Iran and having various mines, as well as the composition of the young population and graduates of higher education and economic geographical location, Iran is the best place to become an industrial hub in the Middle East.