The head of the Kermanshah Chamber of Commerce said: the future government will take over the country with serious challenges, but there are great expectations from them.
Stating that the new (Iranian) government will take over the country with serious challenges and difficulties, the main of which is the economic one, Keivan Kashefi considered the high inflation rate, which was approximately 40% in the first quarterly, as one of these super-challenges in a summit of economic activists with Kermanshah representative in the Islamic Consultative Assembly and added: "The increasing trend of the inflation has gradually shown its impact on the currency value and also affects the prices of goods."
The board member of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce said that international sanctions and the undesirable environment of business are among the other problems facing the future government.
Kashefi expressed hope that, despite all these problems, with the beginning of the thirteenth government and the coordination, which will be established among the Three Systems, we will witness great things in the country that the people are waiting for.
The head of the Kermanshah Chamber of Commerce said that the restoration of the private sector position is another point that the future government should consider and highlighted: It is not permissible for an economic activist to constantly request for the directives, general manager and even the expert of a department in order to advance his/her work and get involved in the rules and instructions.
Allocation of one hundred thousand billion tomans of cheap resources to support investment
The Kermanshah representative in the Islamic Consultative Assembly also announced the allocation of 100,000 billion tomans of resources for investment in different parts of the country for the first time and said: "We are due to include this credit (amount) in the form of Investment Support Fund at the next year."
Ebrahim Azizi said that the country's advancement requires several important factors, including manpower, entrepreneurs, and private sector organizations, and added: "Easy and fluent laws and regulations are among the other needs of the country's advancement."