The need to take the mining sector seriously in the economic war
A mining activist pointed to the need for serious attention to the country's mineral production chain, saying: "We are in an economic war and normal laws are not open and we must make effective and timely decisions for the mining sector in the light of general economic resistance policies. Be.
According to Iran's International Stone Exhibition, Ebrahim Jamili pointed out that the mining sector has faced a decline in liquidity in terms of rising prices, and said that activists in the sector now prefer to focus on completing projects rather than launching new projects. Current. As a result, new investment in the sector has been declining.
He added that unfortunately despite all the advantages of this sector in the development of non-oil exports, despite serious sanctions, they can play a significant role in the growth of the national economy. This part is done slowly.
The mining activist pointed out that if the mining sector develops, the country's foreign exchange earnings will inevitably increase, he said: "Unfortunately, some of the mines have been mined, and we believe the mines should be transferred to specialists in the mines." In such a way as to provide the necessary platform for the development of the mining sector and the supply of raw materials to other industries, regardless of the price of the minerals.
"Unfortunately, the lack of liquidity and the lack of support for the mines have caused the mine to be unprofitable and some mines prefer to export products to compensate for their shortage of cash," Jamili said. Because the domestic industries buy the products cheaply.
He emphasized the need for serious attention to the mineral production chain in the country and said that in the conditions when we are in the economic war, normal laws are not open and effective and timely decisions should be made for the mining sector in the light of general economic resistance policies. . Otherwise we will not reach a conclusion in this section.