Khodrocar_ A plan to regulate the car market was put forward in early May of last year, and it was agreed to examine it immediately in the open court. The Majlis Research Center subsequently called the plan "defensible" and stressed the need to amend some of its articles. The automobile market plan consisted of five articles, and the Majlis Research Center examined each of the materials in the plan.
But the plan has taken a lot of arches in the one year and a few months since its inception.
Last November, while the plan was expected to help regulate the automobile market, it was renamed the Car Industry Regulatory Plan by changing its provisions and more than it could prove to be effective in improving the market or car industry. The design and materials of the design have been challenging. The car market crashed over and over again in the worst economic conditions and with the exchange rate falling, but there was no news of a plan to help the parliament. To the extent that some experts called the plan counterproductive, it said it would have no benefit to the automotive industry or even the market.
Amir Hassan Kakaii, a faculty member at the University of Science and Technology, in an interview with Automotive Reporter, emphasizing that the plan was an ineffective plan approved in adverse conditions: "The work is not extracted from the project and "Cases like the announcement of a price to the Competition Council, as in the past, do not hurt the industry because the main thing is that the Council does not accept the documentation of automakers."
He also commented on the import of hybrid cars: "This clause will not hurt either, it will only increase dependence on overseas and also increase consumption of scarce currency, while the proponents of the scheme believe the scheme will "The plan that was prepared a year ago is different and a new plan has been extracted. It is not an interesting project at all, and it is just a piece of legislation to work on."
A member of the Faculty of Automotive Engineering, emphasizing that the makers of the plan claim that the pain of the automobile market will be treated with these clauses, said: "This plan not only pays attention to the automobile industry but ultimately to the industry as well. The car market is also content-free and will not solve any problems right now. "It's nice to see the amount of profit a car maker makes on each car, but it doesn't hurt the pharmaceutical industry."
"When production problems are not resolved, these problems will re-emerge in the next few months," the automotive industry expert said, stressing that everyone is now seeking to calm the market and that these laws and regulations will not solve the problem in the long run. "So the plan is counterproductive, and in the marketplace it is a temporary, free-housing housing solution."
In any case, both articles were approved by the parliament and sent to the Guardian Council for consideration. Lawmakers in a law called the "Car Market Arrangement Plan" stipulated that import of hybrid and electric cars would be exempted from import duties until they were manufactured domestically, but the Guardian Council approved a motion to reorganize the car market. Referred to Parliament.
A spokesman for the Guardian Council, Abbas Ali Kadkhodai, said there were two minor objections to the plan to regulate the automobile industry: First, the non-Persian word was used and referred to in Article 2 to relinquish all of the entities subject to the principle; Principle 3 policies point to the fact that 1% of shares must be transferred.
Article 4 also mentions a car warranty, which is unclear from the time of manufacture or delivery of the goods.
However, after a lot of crooks and big problems in the automotive industry and its organization, the announcement of minor bugs like non-Persian words by the Council of Guardians seems a bit funny.
In any case, MPs last week amended the Guardian Council's objections to an urgent plan to regulate the automotive industry at a public hearing.
According to these reforms, the government is required within three years of the entry into force of this law with the proper implementation of the general policies of the Constitution, the Constitution and the implementation of the general policies of the Constitution, its subsequent constitutional reforms and the general policies of national production, Iranian labor and capital provide the basis for competitiveness in the automobile industry in a way that the government merely monitors, regulates, and regulates.
Based on Article 2 of this plan, the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Commerce is required to collaborate with the Ministries of Communications and Information Technology, Energy, Roads and Urban Development and the Vice President of Science and Technology to develop a strategic document on new technologies in the automotive industry, including all vehicles. Electric, hybrid combinations "that can also be recharged through external sources)" and self-propelled use of other non-fossil fuels up to one year after entry into force Take this law.
Representatives in Article 4 of this plan changed the definition of hybrid cars; Article 2 of the Ministry of Industry was required to develop a strategic document on new technologies in the automotive industry, including all-electric and all-hybrid vehicles, which, by removing the Guardian Council's objection to the word "hybrid", The composition changed.
In the amendment to Article 4 of the plan, the words "Supreme Competition Council" are amended to "Competition Council". They also stipulated in the Article 9 Amendment that, in the event of an accident occurring up to three years after the first issue, the Company