TEHRAN - In a meeting of the Technical, Engineering, and Construction Services Committee of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA), issues related to private sector investment in the construction sector were explored.


As the ICCIMA portal reported, in this meeting, which was mainly focused on the state of investment in the construction and infrastructure sectors, Soheil Al-Rasoul, the committee’s deputy chairman, said: “The participation of the private sector in the investment, management, operation, and maintenance of the country's large infrastructure projects in the fields of water, urban, energy, railway, etc., will help to develop the services needed by the people and accelerate their implementation.”

Such participation will also help the government achieve important goals such as privatization and removing the public perception of the government as a large employer and the only authority for providing and launching projects.