(MENAFN) Incentives need to be considered with agricultural output, the chairman of Iran’s Chamber of Agricultural Guilds underlined.
Noting that the problems need to be resolved at the root and the solution to market guideline is not to trigger problems, Qasem Pishehvar repeated that incentives for output need to be took into consideration.
“We should increase the guaranteed purchase price of the products that we need more and reduce their bank loans profit. Good incentives should be considered for market regulation”, he continued.
The chairman of the Chamber of Agricultural Guilds additionally asserted that the administration should not intervene in the agricultural industry because it is a financial industry.
Pishehvar trusts that the farmer's view point has not been observed in the "cultivation model" that has been arranged and presented.
Naturally, such plans are not going to be applied and the farmer are going to do his effort in line with his interests and what the market orders, he remarked.
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