News ID : 3700
Publish Date : 20 July 2019 - 09:56
Although the Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade has emphasized that state-owned stockpiles of two giant car makers will definitely be handed over to the end of the year, but some representatives and officials have said that some of this is not happy and they are trying not to do so.
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 chairman of the Islamic Finance Committee of the Islamic Jihad Committee has stated that "the transfer of Iranian Khodro and Saipa shares to the private sector will cause the two companies to withdraw from the state of affairs; their withdrawal from the state position will be very effective in their competition in the car market. In such a case, the two companies will have to manage their facilities economically, reduce costs and improve their production. "

But on how to do it to prevent the repetition of the bitter privatization experience, the government's shares in the car industry have been replaced by Reza Rahmani, Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade. "The government's shares will be transferred to Iran Khodro and Saipa, and these transfers will be planned and Taking special measures. "

"In order to provide state-owned shares in car manufacturing, these companies will be assigned at the first stage of non-productive assets, and the subsidiaries will be assigned at a later stage," he states.

"Rahmani emphasizes that these shares must be left to the people who have the status of a carbalist." This is something that car experts point out and consider it to be important.

Zohreh Azizpour, a member of the board of directors and vice president of shares and private enterprise organizations, said in an interview that the Ministry of Economy has received the license to transfer the remaining government shares to two car companies from the three powers. In fact, about 14% of Iran Khodro and 17% of Saipa should be sold.

The Assistant Director for Asset Management and Private Equity Funding on the State of the State's Shares in the Automotive Industry explained that part of the stock is in collateral, which, according to the meetings with the Minister of Industry, is to be resolved, and considering that the stock exchange is in Stock exchange is sold.

But what is happening these days is that some are trying to prevent it from being surrendered.

Seyed Jawad Hosseinika, a member of the board of directors of the Majles Industries and Mines Commission, has said: "Some people are looking to plunder and repair cars like the Moghan Plain, Kermanshah Refinery and ... and the automotive industry Loot. And they are afraid of privatizing the car industry.

In this regard, Said Madani, a car industry specialist, told Automotive Reporter: "Resistance to privatization is always happening all over the world. Principally, corporations and state-owned enterprises are unlikely to privatize as they are connected to the state. "

"Privatization is always accompanied by a series of infrastructure reforms in the business sector, such as the adjustment of power, the lack of accountability of some government agencies, etc. Therefore, organizations themselves oppose this issue in the same way. They do. But long-term policies require these infrastructure reforms to take place in this country's economic situation. "

The expert in the automotive industry adds: Since the government is determined to be state-owned by most major economic firms, it requires courage to change this situation. This courage has happened in the UK and even in Turkey, and even at the time it has caused discomfort for the people and the personnel of their own businesses, but there was no way to do that. "

"The government can create privatization with a view to economic prosperity," he adds, "and with sufficient guarantees from those who buy these businesses that must both have capital and people who say that we will help you." And develop your business in the private sector, and do not modify much of the force. Because governments are mostly afraid of moderating power and therefore opposed to privatizing firms. So, with certain conditions, they can relinquish cars. But they have to help them, because automakers are in the current state of debt, and the private sector must be sure that banks will accompany it so that they can smooth out these debts. In fact, they will develop the product and increase their income so that they can repay their debts. Because these debts took place before their presence. "

"The privatization of a country's economy within the framework of the infrastructure and infrastructure reforms of a country, and this infrastructure reform in the country in every field is usually initially opposed by public opinion," he said. Because after that a course of austerity must be learned. The less austerity is, the more the government wants the private sector to come together and manage, and it will reduce the pressure on the likes of the tax, the easier it will be to accelerate and the resistance will be less. However, the king The key to infrastructure reform in Iran is the privatization of businesses. "

He also states: "If privatization occurs, the wandering capital will be absorbed into production. Even foreign investors are more comfortable and investing in public sector with the private sector. "

Automotive industry privatization is an issue that is inevitable, according to Labor
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