ICCIMA urges government to reform previous financial policies

(MENAFN) Mohammad Qasemi, chief of the Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA)’s Research Center, has urged the administration to rearrange the nation’s previous financial policies and take an additional approach toward global exchange.

While giving a speech in a meeting named “Economic Policy Making in Iran Based on Global Models”, hosted by ICCIMA on Tuesday, Qasemi asserted that ”With the continuation of the current traditional views, we cannot achieve a suitable position in the global supply chains and create value.”

In line with the official, in most political and financial theories, the success of global exchange is one of the major aspects that rely on the political, financial, and even military dimensions of nations, the ICCIMA portal mentioned in a report.

“Subjects like what commodities can be exchanged and what goods can be produced in a country, where is the path of value creation in the production chain and where can the country be positioned to benefit the most from the international trade, have been the subject of various economic modeling after the Second World War; A point that has been paid less attention in Iran and a kind of traditional approach has been adopted to this issue,” he elaborated.


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