Is Iran’s economy strong enough to abandon the Ministry of Commerce?

In this way, the breadth and comprehensiveness of the field of activity of this ministry becomes clear, and a detailed description of its duties requires an examination of the complex structure. At first glance, it should be noted that the agenda of the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade should simultaneously study the issues, challenges and objectives of sectors such as industries, mines and trade. But practically each of these departments operates as an independent ministry.

The best job of the current Minister of Peace is to change some structures and define the main details of activity in this area. Business Sector Overview Shows the volume of activity and conditions in this sector. For example, in the field of foreign trade relations, we must determine exactly how to define our relations with more than 180 countries of the world.

How to sign regional and commercial contracts? How should we target our membership in agreements such as the Economic Cooperation Organization, Eurasia and Shanghai? How to use capabilities and how to create a link between national security and business development. In addition to being beneficial to the economy, export and import laws should not harm producers and the internal needs of society, this has been fully explained. How do our business advisors work? And the ….

Regarding foreign experiences, we have to check each case on a case-by-case basis. For example, a country like Japan has many economic ministries in one building, while other countries give special importance to the Ministry of Commerce. We have to ask if our economy is stronger than countries like China, India and America, which we decided to remove from the Department of Commerce?

On the other hand, today the Iranian government owns companies and has given a large part of the economy to these companies. The economic and commercial situation of Iran cannot be compared to countries in which the government is solely responsible for management and supervision. There, the government does not interfere in executive affairs.

* Chairman of the Iranian-Iraqi Joint Chamber of Commerce
* Website A / Published Wednesday, August 14, 1401

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