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This chapter will examine the technological, managerial, and economic achievements as well as challenges faced by the petroleum, natural gas, and petrochemical industries in Iran. The chapter argues that the significance of these industries in the Iranian economy, and the overall increase in the technological competency of the country have motivated the leaders of the industries to identify the challenges in the path of further development of the industries and develop a strategic path for their technological progress. Furthermore, the chapter suggests policies for the achievement of the key strategic goal of converting the practical-oriented industries to knowledge-based industries.
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