Exporters' incentive packages are not executable
Head of Iran-China Chamber of Commerce: Export promotion packages have been announced in the last months of the year but have not been implemented.
According to Iran's International Stone Exhibition, Majid Reza Hariri, vice president of the Iran-China Chamber of Commerce, recently announced an export incentive package, saying: "It has been for some years that export incentive packages have been issued, but in the final months of the year, but Not implemented, export support and encouragement should be short-term, targeted, and targeted.
The head of the Iran-China Chamber of Commerce continued: Export incentives should be targeted at specific targets for a specific commodity, at specific returns and for a specific outcome when more than ninety percent has been exported, so we should encourage it otherwise. This requirement is not an executable package.
Hariri goes on to say that if we are only going to export a commodity and use its currency that does not matter, but if we are to achieve long-term, targeted goals, we must know what commodity to export.
The head of the Iran-China Chamber of Commerce reminded: "It would have been better to have as much government accounting as possible in this last month of the year."
According to Hariri, a plan had to be set up for export so that we would not face such problems in the future.
It should be noted, these issues have been repeated for many years, and this is not something that happened this year and may be referred to as an export bonus or export incentive or whatever. The announcement of these export packages on such a date and with such content is disrespectful to the individual who designs his annual export plan based on policies announced in the budget and economy of the country at the beginning of each year.
* Young Journalist Club