The need to use China’s experience for preferential tariffs
The need to use China’s experience for preferential tariffs The head of the Export Confederation, stating that Iran is the world’s largest economy outside the WTO, said: “We can use China’s experience for preferential tariffs to identify and prioritize our export markets.”
“Perhaps only five or six countries in the world are not members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and Iran is the world’s largest economy outside the organization,” said Lahouti, announcing the WTO’s readiness to impose preferential tariffs with other countries, especially Afghanistan, Pakistan and Oman. .
According to Tejarat News, he added: “Iran’s non-membership in the WTO has caused the amount of tariffs to affect the price of Iranian exports and reduce the competitiveness of Iranian traders compared to other countries or basically deprive them.”
A member of the Tehran Chamber of Deputies continued: “One of the ways to neutralize Iran’s non-membership in the WTO is to establish preferential tariffs.” It did not exist in the WTO, identified its export markets and signed preferential tariffs with various countries in order to neutralize its non-membership in the World Trade Organization.
The head of the Export Confederation stressed that Iran can also sign preferential tariffs with different countries by identifying its target markets and based on priorities.