TEHRAN — Iran's government is increasing emphasis on the automotive sector, saying it could be the country's top industry by 2003. The government also says it plans to double automobile production and is looking at increasing private investment to fund the growth. Production is expected to increase from 250,000 units this Iranian year (which ends in March) to 500,000 units. The increase is partially fueled by strong demand, which tops 250,000 annually. Production already has doubled since ...
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