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May 21, 2007 

AEI Release Global Investment In Iran Interactive Database

The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) recently unveiled the "Global Investment in Iran Interactive Database", a website that provides detailed information on foreign investment in Iran from 2000 to date. The database, which is based on public information, includes information on more than 300 transactions with public and private entities in Iran in the oil and gas, consumer, transportation, construction, power and telecommunication sectors.

The database shows that since 2000, French companies and financial institutions, working individually or through international consortia, entered into agreements with Iran worth more than $30 billion. Entities in China, Germany and Italy were also significant investors in Iran.

The interactive database can be found at the following link: www.aei.org/IranInteractive/.

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