Kyrgyz business delegation visits North Khorasan province on 10 November
The head of the North Khorasan Chamber announced the visit of the Kyrgyz business delegation to North Khorasan province on November 10. The latest meeting of the Government-Private Sector Dialogue Council of North Khorasan Province was held in the presence of the Deputy Governor and the Chairman of the Chamber of this province.
Mohammad Samadi, Chairman of the Bojnourd Chamber, informed about the visit of the Ambassador of Kazakhstan and his delegation to North Khorasan Province on November 10 and 11 and said: This visit was made to develop cooperation and economic relations, increase exports and imports and identify markets in North Khorasan Province. Becomes.
He announced the plans of this trip to visit the production and industrial units of the province and added: “Finally, at the end of the trip, a memorandum of understanding and several commercial contracts will be signed.”
The head of the North Khorasan Chamber also announced the inauguration and operation of the school-building donors project with the presence of 18 school-building donors from the Iran, Tehran and Iran-Switzerland joint chambers.
He said that this group of benefactors of the charitable community of the Chamber of Commerce pledged to build 100 schools across the country, adding: Bojnourd and two classes of Sokhli village is Maneh Samolghan city.
Let’s have an export view in accepting business delegations
Mahmoud Delpsand, Deputy Minister of Economy and Human Resources Development of North Khorasan Governorate, also emphasized in this meeting that in accepting trade delegations, we should have an export view, and said: in business trips, we should have complete information about major imports of accepted countries and this means We must be aware of the needs and wants of that country.
Delpsand added: “Also, in accepting trade delegations, the export capacities of the province should be prepared and presented in the form of different packages in the field (agriculture, industry, handicrafts, etc.).”
The Deputy Governor of North Khorasan also stressed the need to inform and inform the production units about tax exemptions and said: with the production units being aware of tax exemptions and the cooperation of civil servants, the units that enjoy tax exemptions will work faster.
He added: “We must move in the direction that the private sector can enumerate its issues and problems with the public sector and offer solutions and proposals to eventually lead to the implementation of the plans.”
Emphasizing that livelihood agriculture should move towards economic agriculture, Delpsand said: “We are working and trying with this view, but unfortunately, moving in this direction is not very fast.”
Addressing the production units present at the meeting, he said: “All manufacturers should first submit their suggestions and solutions to the provincial chamber of commerce so that the meetings of the government-private sector dialogue council can be presented.”
The director general of the province’s investment attraction and support office also considered the process of handing over semi-finished projects very slow and long, saying: “Our objection is that some executive bodies still do not want to hand over some of their projects to the private sector.”
Mohammad Reza Movafaq added: “Our suggestion is that in this meeting, proposed corrective solutions be prepared and sent to the headquarters of the resistance economy to speed up some of the problems of transferring semi-finished projects to the private sector, because the problem of transferring semi-finished projects to the private sector is intentional.” It is an administrative bureaucracy.