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According to the memorandum of understanding signed between Iran and China Development Bank (CDB), Iran can use the CDBs facilities with no restriction on a number of public and private sectors projects.

 

Iran and China signed a memorandum of understanding to finance economic and infrastructure projects and to develop bilateral cooperation on Tuesday in Beijing.

 

Parliament could enforce a variety of tax incentive policies for manufacturing firms and stimulate the capital market, President of the Stock Exchange said.

 

The implementation of comprehensive tax plan can result in increasing the satisfaction of business owners, increasing the tax revenues as well as reducing the operating costs, Director General of Khuzestan tax affairs said.

 

Deputy Minister for Financial Supervision and Treasury Affairs says that the transfer of government accounts to central bank requires more effort and jihadi spirit.

 

President of Irans Customs Administration stressed on the implementation of resistance economy and said: This can be achieved via electronic processes in customs.

 
 

Minister s Speeches

 

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Tax and the tax system play an important and unmatched role in the countrys development. Tax as a means of guiding the economy can play a key role in development policies via its impact on economic activities of enterprises. Accordingly, by developing a proper tax system, the government can affect how to achieve the development goals.

 

The economic components of the post-sanctions era have opened a new chapter in the field of exports, which it is necessary to pay attention to them due to their extensive and new dimensions.

 

(SHADA: TEHRAN) – The 11th Iranian Government of hope and prudence will be stepping into the second year of office in a few days. In the first year of our term, we tried to do our best to bring stability back to the domestic market. Controlling the ever-increasing inflation rate and curbing wild currency market fluctuations restored the national economy to stability. Now, with obvious signs of returning prosperity, and with the stagflation now besetting the Iranian economy, the Governments focus will be on creating a kicking motion to propel the country out of the current recession.

 

(SHADA: TEHRAN) - The Department of Management and Resource Development, as the key sector in Iran’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance for improving management skills and managerial effectiveness, the logistics and performance management processes, plays a key role in the fulfilment of the missions of the country’s highest-ranking economic organisation. The top-7 priorities of this centre were recently listed by Deputy of the Department Ahmad Sadeghi Golmakani as follows:

 
 

Interviews

(SHADA: TEHRAN) – The Iranian Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ali Tayyebnia was talked in a televised interview with Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcast (IRIB) Channel One. Here follows the full text to the interview

 

(SHADA: TEHRAN) – Iran’s Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ali Tayyebnia had an interview with “World of Economy”, a Tehran-published economic daily. Here follows the full text to the interview.

 

(SHADA: TEHRAN) – The name of Mojtaba Lashkar Bolouki has been thrown around in the Iranian economic circles after the Strategic Economic Plan was unveiled last March. As the senior advisor to Iran’s Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance on Strategic Management, Dr. Lashkar Bolouki had a key role in developing the fabric of the plan and defining the goals, sub-goals, requirements, and specifications of the project. With the seven phases of the plan now becoming more established and more measurable at a larger scale, the Islamic Republic of Iran’s finance ministry seems to have taken effective steps in transition from a traditional organisation into an innovative one. The following is our interview with Lashkar Bolouki on how the Finance Ministry has attained all this achievement in a very short period after the 11th Government took over last year.

 

(SHADA: TEHRAN) – Deputy Energy Minister Alireza Daemi says Iran is ready to roll out the red carpet for foreign investors to take stakes in his country’s water and power development. What follows is an interview of the Iranian official with the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Organisation for Investment, Economic & Technical Assistance:

 
 

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