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The big problem of self-sanctions in exports

Deputy Minister of Provinces and Organizations of Iran Chamber, stating that in different periods we see the issuance of non-expert and hourly directives for production and export, said that most of the export problems are due to domestic self-sanctions that appear in the form of hourly directives. Muzaffar Alikhani said: “The philosophy of holding the National Export Day ritual is export pathology, policy-making in the field of currency and exports, formulating and presenting solutions in the discussion of increasing exports, introducing successful export models to society and young exporters and creating a culture in this matter.” He stated: “Foreign exchange income and return of foreign exchange to the economic cycle and helping entrepreneurship, production, and distribution of wealth, establishing social justice, creating employment, increasing people’s income, etc. are among the main functions of exports.”

He noted that due to domestic self-sanctions, problems caused by the corona, and oppressive sanctions, we have seen a decrease in exports from the country in recent years, noting that 70% of problems for exports are related to domestic self-sanctions, unfortunately, we see the issuance of unprofessional directives and We are in the field of production and exports for an hour, this issue causes differences between policymakers and economic activists in the country. Alikhani, referring to the Supreme Leader’s communicative policies in the field of resistance economics, said: “Entrepreneurship, endogenous economy, extraversion and popularization of the economy are important keywords in these communicative policies.

“Last year, we had only $ 8 million worth of oil exports from the country, and this figure has decreased this year,” he said. “Therefore, importing raw materials, providing the necessary inputs to the manufacturing sector, importing equipment, expanding welfare, and fighting Corona and … was done by economic activists in the country, also this group had an effective role in fighting the economic war in the country. “Experience has shown that the government is not a good employer,” he said. “Usually, countries’ political negotiations are for economic gain, the government trusts the private sector to succeed in the economy, and it consults with private sector actors for decision-making.” Alikhani continued: Unfortunately, in times of high prices, shortages in the market, and economic problems, the finger of blame is pointed at the producer, while these people perform their social responsibilities well and participate in charitable and non-profit activities along with economic activities. The deputy of the provinces and organizations of the Iran Chamber, pointing out that the producers and exporters of samples in the country should be introduced to the people, said: “These people should also be honored like scientific, artistic and other celebrities.”

He explained: “Trust and social capital is one of the issues that should be considered, now we need these two categories more than ever and we must build trust, today the production of wealth in society is achieved through exports and investment.” These people should also be honored like scientific, artistic, etc. celebrities. He explained: “Trust and social capital is one of the issues that should be considered, now we need these two categories more than ever and we must build trust, today the production of wealth in society is achieved through exports and investment.” These people should also be honored like scientific, artistic, etc. celebrities. He explained: “Trust and social capital is one of the issues that should be considered, now we need these two categories more than ever and we must build trust, today the production of wealth in society is achieved through exports and investment.”

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