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Power Plant Privatization Rejected
The lawmakers have rejected a proposal calling for the transfer of gas-fueled power plants to the private sector, IRNA reported Tuesday.

2015/02/25

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IPO Offers New Incentives to Private Sector
The Iranian Privatization Organization (IPO) has offered new incentives to the private sector for purchasing government assets, IRNA reported on Friday.

2015/02/25

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State-Owned Companies Go Public
Initial Public Offerings of government-owned companies were worth more than 38 trillion rials ($1.1 billion) within the past 10 months, SENA reported.

2015/02/23

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2 Football Clubs Will be Offered to Highest Bidders
The financial statements have been signed to help remove the last obstacle in the way of privatization of the two major state-owned football clubs, Persepolis and Esteghlal, said Jaafar Sobhani, the top adviser to the director of the Iranian Privatization Organization (IPO).

2015/02/15

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Privatization of Major Football Clubs
Despite previous announcements that the two major state-owned football clubs, Persepolis and Esteghlal, would be priced and be ready for auction by the end of the third quarter of the year, the ambiguities in debts have hindered the price-setting process, said Abdollah Pouri-Hosseini, the director of Iranian Privatization Organization (IPO).

2015/02/15

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Iranian Privatization Organization:
Supplumental Announcement of the Iranian Privatization Organization about offering Names ,Brands and Assets belong to Esteghlal Sport and Cultural Club Company & Perspolis Cultural and Sport Club Company
Following the advertisement dated February 01, 2015 published at Newspapaers “Tehran Times, Iran Daily, Donya-e-Eqtesad, Iran, Jame-Jam, Etemad, Etela’at, Arman, Khabar-e-Varzeshi, Navad”, and according to Note 1-9 of the aforementioned advertisement...

2015/02/10

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2 Football Clubs Will be Offered to Highest Bidders
The financial statements have been signed to help remove the last obstacle in the way of privatization of the two major state-owned football clubs, Persepolis and Esteghlal, said Jaafar Sobhani, the top adviser to the director of the Iranian Privatization Organization (IPO).

2014/12/30

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Privatization of Major Football Clubs
Despite previous announcements that the two major state-owned football clubs, Persepolis and Esteghlal, would be priced and be ready for auction by the end of the third quarter of the year, the ambiguities in debts have hindered the price-setting process, said Abdollah Pouri-Hosseini, the director of Iranian Privatization Organization (IPO).

2014/12/17

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Privatization Key to Recovery
President Hassan Rouhani’s Chief of Staff Mohammad Nahavandian said on Monday that the government’s role in the economy must be minimized in favor of the private sector.

2014/12/17

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Record IPO Issuance
More than 132 trillion rials worth of government securities have been transferred via initial public offerings (IPO) to the assignees since 2005 in accordance with the Article 44 of the Constitution, Iran Privatization Organization’s public relations office reported.

2014/12/17

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IPO Offers Hoard of Securities for Sale
The Iranian Privatization Organization has offered a large amount of government securities, valued almost 32 trillion rials, within the past 8 months, the IPO’s public relations department announced.

2014/12/03

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100 percent of the shares of Damavand Petrochemical Company (DPC) will be offered
100 percent of the shares of Damavand Petrochemical Company (DPC) will be offered through Iran Fara Bourse or over-the-counter (OTC) market on December 7.

2014/11/30

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