The first day of the exhibition was welcomed considerably and the Iraqi officials also paid a special attention to the exhibition.
Stating that the Sulaymaniyah International Construction Industry Exhibition of Iraq will be held from the 27th to the 30th of September, Keyvan Kashefi, the head of the Kermanshah Chamber and member of the board of directors of the Iranian Chamber added at the opening of the exhibition that 70 Iranian companies and 12 Kermanshahi companies will participate in this event in the form of a pavilion.
Kermanshah is the host of the 7th national conference on "Industry and University Interaction" and as it was decided in the initial plans, the conference will be held in the first half of January and the paper’s acceptance will start soon.
He continued: At the second level, the relationship between the industry and the university is mainly centered on the private sector organizations, and the private sector organizations came to work in the field of industries’ workforce training, and at the third level, the university and the industry each continue their own path.
Kashifi believes that although in our country the relationship between industry and university is something between level two and three, now the situation is much better than in previous years and we are in the closest interaction between industry and university now.
Stating that the conference on Industry and University Interaction has been held in six other provinces, including Alborz, Hamedan, Isfahan, etc, Hossein Mirmohammad Sadeghi, head of Education and Research Institute of the Iran Chamber, also pointed out: During the last year, the situation of COVID-19 disease stopped the conference set-up and the conference is going to be hosted by Kermanshah this year.
He continued: The national conference on Industry and University Interaction is organized by Education and Research Institute of the Iran Chamber, the parent university, and the chambers of commerce of each province as the three main parties.
The member of the directors’ board of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce emphasized the need to develop a plan to use the post- JCPOA II opportunity in the country.
Stating that two important economic events will occur in the country with revival of the JCPOA, he stated: The first positive consequence is the opening of space for foreign investments.
In addition, Behzad Babakhani, Deputy Coordinator of Economic Affairs of Kermanshah Governorate, also emphasized the need to increase the provincial authorities of directors to make decisions, as well as the necessity to implement the enactments of the meetings for the governmental departments.
According to the public relations report of the Kermanshah Chamber, supporting the elite youth of Kermanshah province aiming at honoring the scientific efforts of the youth of the country is one of the cultural actions of the private sector parliament in Kermanshah.
In line with its social responsibilities, the Kermanshah Chamber of Commerce honored Mohammad Bahrami, a young Kermanshahi boy who ranked first place in the humanities field of this year's national Entrance Exam, by presenting a plaque and gifts.
This elite and promising young man of our land was honored by Keivan Kashefi, the head of the Kermanshah Chamber of Commerce and directors’ board members of the Kermanshah Chamber, as well as Salman Mohammadi, the general director of Education and a group of his deputies, so that this young boy finds out the value of his scientific position in the social aspect at the beginning of his progress and prosperity route and develop a sense of commitment to the soil of his country and homeland and be able to play an effective role in building and improving the future of his country along with other future-makers of the Islamic Iran.
The necessity to support the private sector in the legislation and amendment of cumbersome laws was emphasized in this meeting.
Keyvan Kashfi mentioned the important role of the Islamic Council Majlis in the field of economy, production, and industry of the country and added: " Majlis (the Parliament) has supported the country's production by establishing good laws during the recent years when we faced the difficult conditions of sanctions."
The Chairman of the Mines and Industries Commission of the Islamic Council Majlis announced the follow-up for the development of the country's industrial development strategic document.
Mostafa Taheri mentioned the importance of the existence of a roadmap in the field of the country's industry and the investments that are made in this field and added: The follow-up for the development of a strategic document for the country's industrial development is underway in this regard.
The governor of Kermanshah also urged the Parliament members to formulate the laws in such a way that investment in deprived border areas, including Kermanshah, would be attractive for investors.
Referring to the call for economic activists to receive their major issues, Keyvan Kashfi, a member of the board of directors of the Iran Chamber and the head of the Kermanshah Chamber stated in this meeting: the main demand of economic activists, especially at the national level, is to increase predictability in the country's economy.
Another request of member of the board of directors of the Iran Chamber from the President was to increase the powers of governors and decentralization, especially in the field of supporting the production and employment.
The review, which is related to the summer 2022, was published focusing on the National Day of Industry and Mine (July 10).
Various sections including National Industry Day file, achievement, knowledge-base, dust, building, and news are available in the review.
There have been exclusive conversations about the Day of Industry and Mine and the challenges in this area in this review.
The review is compiled in 100 pages and will be provide with members of the Chamber of Commerce, economic activists, and interested parties.
The Chamber of Commerce usually publishes its own review, which is considered as one of the specialized and content-rich reviews. on a quarterly basis in order to inform economic activists.
Jalil Balaei, plan and program consultant of Kermanshah Chamber, mentioned the significant capacity of Kermanshah's aquaculture industry and added: the empowerment of the activists of this sector paves the way for establishment of a private and professional body.
He announced marketing and commercialization as the important issues related to the fisheries area and continued: We should not neglect the capacity to export a variety of fishery products.
Seyyed Farzad Afzali, Director General of Fisheries of Kermanshah Province, also mentioned the significant capacities of this field in Iran and said: Iran is capable in the field of producing all kinds of aquatic species, especially lobster, sturgeon, etc., and some measures have also been taken in some fields such as the production of medical leech and spirulina algae, recently.
Babak Torabi, head of tourism commission of Kermanshah Chamber of Commerce, emphasized the necessity of setting up a dedicated health tourism organization in Kermanshah in this meeting and it was approved by the members of the commission and said: We must strengthen the capacities of this sector and even proceed towards nationalization of this sector in the future.
Jalil Balaei, director of plan and program of the Kermanshah Chamber of Commerce, also informed of plans to organize an international health tourism seminar in Kermanshah with cooperation of Kurdistan Region of Iraq focusing on Hakim Hospital of Kermanshah.
Mentioning the importance of providing a system for admitting patients in the target country and then referring them inside Iran, he stated: A base should be set up in the country of origin for this purpose after field investigations.
The head of the Kermanshah Chamber, Kivan Kashfi, mentioned the Kurdish horse as a wealth for Kermanshah at the beginning of this summit and said: "We must open the door to commercialization of the Kurdish horse."
Kashfi highlighted the necessity to use the capacities of neighboring countries, especially Iraqi Kurdistan, to export the Kurdish horses and said: "We must have a plan for this purpose to send and receive trade and economic delegations with Iraq, focusing on Kurdish horses."
The classification of types of companies, company registration process, legal requirements and formalities for company registration, documents and scheduling, changes registration in companies, etc. were the most important training issues raised in this webinar.
First of all, Keyvan Kashefi, Chairman of the Kermanshah Chamber, pointed out the importance of the long-term national and provincial development plan and the existence of a responsible body for this purpose at the beginning of the meeting and said: It is only through such a body that we can identify and focus on the economic potentials that will development-oriented in the long run.
Keyvan Kashefi, the head of the Kermanshah Chamber, mentioned the foreign trade as one of the great economic potentials of Kermanshah in this meeting and added: "the fact that Kermanshah is ranked fifth in the country in terms of export and fourth in exports to neighboring countries according to the statistics of the Trade Development Organization in 2021" indicates the province's export capacities.
A member of the board of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce and Industry announced that one of the other positive points of Kermanshah's exports is the province's 43% share of Iran's total exports to Iraq.
The most important economic issues, solutions, and obstacles to the effective presence of the private sector in the country's economy were reviewed in this meeting.