(SHADA: TEHRAN) -- For this reason, in addition to holding regular meetings in the Government-Private Sector Dialogue Council, our plan is to continue holding meetings with the provincial chambers of commerce and the dialogue council of each province, the Minister of Economy added.
Explaining the negotiations and achievements of today's meeting with the representatives of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture, the Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance said: In this meeting, the views of the private sector in various economic fields were discussed.
One of the topics emphasized in today's meeting was the issues related to the existing problems in the field of business environment. The expectation of the private sector to achieve the desired goals in the field of production and growth and prosperity of the country's enterprises is to make things smoother, Dejpasand continued.
He said another topic of today's meeting with representatives of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture was facilitating the financing of companies and businesses in the country.
In another part of today's meeting, problems related to tax and customs that the private sector is facing were examined, Dejpasand said, adding: Fortunately, in the past year, important and effective decisions have been made to facilitate business, especially in the areas of taxation, banking and capital market. These decisions were explained in today's meeting for private sector activists and representatives of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce.
The Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance further said that tax incentives will be provided to private sector activists and stated: In order to help economic prosperity and facilitate the business of the country's economic activists, new tax incentives have been considered to forgive penalties.
My request to economic activists is that they must pay attention to this schedule and make the most of this opportunity, he added.
In another part of his speech, the Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance said that companies applying to enter the capital market will be accepted within a month, adding: In the past, this process took more than a year, but based on the decisions made, large companies applying to enter the stock market will not wait in line for more than a month.