The Mostazafan Foundation of Islamic Revolution (Persian: بنیاد مستضعفان انقلاب اسلامی‎‎) formerly Bonyad-e Mostazafan va Janbazan (Foundation of the Oppressed and Disabled or "MFJ") is a charitable bonyad, or foundation, in the Islamic Republic of Iran, the second-largest commercial enterprise in Iran behind the state-owned National Iranian Oil Company and biggest holding company in the Middle East. According to one of the foundation's former directors, Mohsen Rafighdoost, Mostazafan allocates 50 percent of its profits to providing aid to the needy in the form of low-interest loans or monthly pensions, while it invests the remaining 50 percent in its various subsidiaries. With over 200,000 employees, it owns and operates approximately 350 subsidiary and affiliate companies in numerous ind

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  • Le Bonyad-e Mostazafen va Janbazan (en farsi بنیاد مستضعفان انقلاب اسلامی) fait partie des Bonyads iraniens (organisation caritative qui contrôlent des pans entiers de l’économie du pays). C'est la seconde plus grande entreprise du pays après la National Iranian Oil Company et la plus grande holding du Moyen-Orient. Fondé en 1979, c'est le successeur de la Fondation Pahlavi. La Fondation est impliqué dans plusieurs secteurs de l'économie, incluant le transport de fret, la métallurgie, pétrochimie, matériels de construction, barrages, tours, agriculture, horticulture et le tourisme, le transport de passagers, hôtels et services commerciaux.Il contrôle 40 % de la production de boisson gazeuse, incluant Zam Zam Cola qu'il possède et produit ; les journaux Ettelaat et Kayhan. Il contrôle 20 % de la production textile du pays et les deux tiers de la production de verre. Sa valeur totale est estimée entre 10 et 12 milliards de dollars US. (fr)
  • The Mostazafan Foundation of Islamic Revolution (Persian: بنیاد مستضعفان انقلاب اسلامی‎‎) formerly Bonyad-e Mostazafan va Janbazan (Foundation of the Oppressed and Disabled or "MFJ") is a charitable bonyad, or foundation, in the Islamic Republic of Iran, the second-largest commercial enterprise in Iran behind the state-owned National Iranian Oil Company and biggest holding company in the Middle East. According to one of the foundation's former directors, Mohsen Rafighdoost, Mostazafan allocates 50 percent of its profits to providing aid to the needy in the form of low-interest loans or monthly pensions, while it invests the remaining 50 percent in its various subsidiaries. With over 200,000 employees, it owns and operates approximately 350 subsidiary and affiliate companies in numerous industries including agriculture, industry, transportation, and tourism. Bonyad-e Mostazafan va Janbazan represented approximately 10 percent of the Iranian government’s annual budget in 2003. the MJF has an estimated value of more than $3 billion. It was founded in 1979 as a successor to the Pahlavi Foundation. As an economic, cultural, and social welfare institution, the Foundation controls manufacturing and industrial companies, whose profits are used — according to the foundation — to promote "the living standards of the disabled and poor individuals " of Iran and to "develop general public awareness with regards to history, books, museums, and cinema." The Mostazafan is associated with the Revolutionary Guard where some of its head officials have come from. (en)
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  • Le Bonyad-e Mostazafen va Janbazan (en farsi بنیاد مستضعفان انقلاب اسلامی) fait partie des Bonyads iraniens (organisation caritative qui contrôlent des pans entiers de l’économie du pays). C'est la seconde plus grande entreprise du pays après la National Iranian Oil Company et la plus grande holding du Moyen-Orient. Fondé en 1979, c'est le successeur de la Fondation Pahlavi. La Fondation est impliqué dans plusieurs secteurs de l'économie, incluant le transport de fret, la métallurgie, pétrochimie, matériels de construction, barrages, tours, agriculture, horticulture et le tourisme, le transport de passagers, hôtels et services commerciaux.Il contrôle 40 % de la production de boisson gazeuse, incluant Zam Zam Cola qu'il possède et produit ; les journaux Ettelaat et Kayhan. Il contrôle 20 % (fr)
  • The Mostazafan Foundation of Islamic Revolution (Persian: بنیاد مستضعفان انقلاب اسلامی‎‎) formerly Bonyad-e Mostazafan va Janbazan (Foundation of the Oppressed and Disabled or "MFJ") is a charitable bonyad, or foundation, in the Islamic Republic of Iran, the second-largest commercial enterprise in Iran behind the state-owned National Iranian Oil Company and biggest holding company in the Middle East. According to one of the foundation's former directors, Mohsen Rafighdoost, Mostazafan allocates 50 percent of its profits to providing aid to the needy in the form of low-interest loans or monthly pensions, while it invests the remaining 50 percent in its various subsidiaries. With over 200,000 employees, it owns and operates approximately 350 subsidiary and affiliate companies in numerous ind (en)
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  • Bonyad-e Mostazafen va Janbazan (fr)
  • Mostazafan Foundation (en)
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