Japanese firm to resume Iran chemicals project

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The mitsui Industrial Group will complete a $3.2 billion petrochemical complex in southern Iran, a spokesman said Tuesday. Work on the complex, Japan's biggest overseas joint venture, will resume by the end of May. Work on the 85 percent completed complex was halted early last year after the Iranian revolution.

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