On the Occasion of National Exports Day:

Iran private sector calls on government to facilitate exports

On the Country’s National Exports Day, different Iranian private sector activists urged the government to take further measures to remove the barriers on the way of exports.

22 October 2021
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On the Country’s National Exports Day, different Iranian private sector activists urged the government to take further measures to remove the barriers on the way of exports.

President of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholam Hossein Shafei issued a message on Thursday in which he underlined the need for government’s further support for exports as “the leading part of the international commerce”. 

Also speaking on the day, Keyvan Kashefi, a board member of Iran Chamber of Commerce, said that the formation of a new Iranian government has increased hopes for export prosperity and easier working conditions for exporters.  

Referring to government promises to solve the problems of exporters, Kashefi said that the government is expected to take incentive export-oriented policies so that the exporters will only have to focus on finding new markets. 

He also touched upon meetings between private sector representatives with the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Industry, Mine and Trade, and said that these three sectors have composed a committee to expedite exports.

He expressed hope that these measures will give a boost to exports next year.

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi meets with top exporters and economic activists on National Exports Day October 21, 2021.

Shahla Amouri, the head of the local chamber of Ahvaz, also issued a statement on the occasion of the National Exports Day in which she said that the best way to achieve economic growth and social justice is to focus on production with the purpose of expansion of exports.

She noted that the Iranian private sector hopes that the government under President Ebrahim Raeisi will learn from the mistakes of previous governments and spend a significant part of its time and effort on plans to boost production and businesses.

During a meeting of a number of the country’s top exporters and private sector activists with President Raeisi on the same day, 18 exporters enumerated different obstacles on the way of exports and expressed hope that the policies taken by President Raeisi’s government would lead to an exports boom.

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