He believes that, given the dependence of the economy on oil revenues, the increase in the volume of oil sales has increased, and with the decline in oil revenues, self-sufficiency and domestic production will increase.
But how much does this happen within a year, and is it really possible for the car industry, despite the sanctions, to be completely self-sufficient?
In this regard, Amrola Amini, a car industry specialist, told Automotive News Corp., "The boycott of Iran's car industry has focused on preventing the entry of raw materials and components needed to produce automotive automakers with limited and difficult production, and thus at a time We've seen a drop in car production in automakers. "
"Although automakers will eventually provide the raw materials and external components they need from alternative sources, but from now on, the priority of automakers should be to focus on domestic potential," said Allameh Tabatabaii, a faculty member at the Faculty of Economics at Allameh Tabataba'i University.
"Currently, both Iran Khodro and Saipa have a nationally-designed national software project, which should be faster in implementing these projects, and from now on, the priority of the car makers to achieve these national projects Be "
Amini argued that most of the parts needed to produce cars on national platforms would be produced and provided on the domestic market, adding that "the car industry will be immune from impacts and external sanctions on the one hand and On the other hand, domestic employment will increase, especially in the field of machine manufacturing. "
"Foreign automakers and European partners in the automotive industry have shown that they are obedient to American policies, and that's why automakers must become self-sufficient in their efforts to produce national platforms," says Amini.
"With regard to US sanctions against the car industry in Iran, the industry does not have any way but self-sufficiency, with the focus on the production of platforms and national vehicles, and it does not matter how long it takes to make this happen, it's important to do," he stressed.
According to the automaker, the withdrawal of European companies from Iran and the discontinuation of their cooperation due to the pressures and sanctions of the United States with the Iranian automobile and machine companies caused a lot of concerns for the craftsmen, but now experts in this area have come out of the conditions. The current self-sufficiency in the production, they say, is not making more complex automotive parts of nuclear energy, the uranium industry, the nanotechnology industry, biotechnology and stem cells, and the construction of rockets, and with the mobilization of automakers, the Ministry of Industry and The government is possible.