Khodrocar - Reza Rahmani, the Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade, told reporters a few days ago that we will hand over both the country's big car maker and the private sector. He announced that the assignment of non-productive assets of automakers began to take place in the year 99, with the announcement that the transfer of non-productive assets to automakers began.
But the assignment of these two car makers with butters and faces, and whether the conditions for the assignment are available is a subject that has been questioned. Privatization is used to increase the productivity and competitiveness of companies, but many experts believe that this has not been done in previous assignments.
"The transfer of Iran Khodro and Saipa shares to the private sector will cause the two companies to withdraw from the state of affairs; their departure from the state position will be very effective in their competitive conduct in the automotive market, and with such a problem, the two companies will be forced to To economically manage resources and resources, reduce costs and improve production.” An official of stock market said.
"If after the transfer of two large automotive companies to the private sector, new shareholders can open up the cornerstones of corporate problems through injecting funds, this will bring about a positive reaction to the capital market. But if this does not happen, the hardship of the car makers and their problems will not last.” Mohammad Sadri, an expert of auto industry told khodrocar reporter.
"First of all, it should be determined that the buyers of Iran Khodro and Saipa shares are some of the companies and companies; if the groups that have the expertise and skills in the automobile sector or in any way injected capital into automobile groups, the stocks of these groups grow, because Injection of resources is one of the main problems of automakers.” He added.
According to Mahmoud Goodarzi, Tehran Stock Exchange deputy, the government's remaining stake in Iran Khodro is 14 percent and Saipa is 17.31 percent, which should be transferred to the two companies soon through the Tehran Stock Exchange, and the government seems to be determined for this matter.