He also cited a plan to regulate the automobile industry, which emphasized that hybrid and electric cars would enter the country without tariffs, and if so, the price and domestic market of the car would be regulated.
Akbarian believes that since the ban on car imports, domestic prices have risen sharply and that, along with sanctions, has intensified the story, but before that, cars have entered the market and demand and supply have been a good trend. Had.
Arash Mohebbi Nejad, the secretary of the Homogenous Industries, Tehran Motor Company and Parts Manufacturers Association, also in a cordial meeting with Iran Khodro Industrial Group's CEO, has discussed the issue of liberalizing zero-duty car imports under three conditions.
The liberalization of zero-tariff car imports against raw materials imports requires partial makers, the second allocation of subsidies to domestic raw materials for makers, and the third, the suspension of state-owned pricing of domestic automobiles, three conditions he has stated.
Also Morteza Bank, the secretary of the Supreme Council of Free Zones regarding car imports from the free zones, stated a few days ago: We have sent a resolution to the government and the relevant authorities, including the Ministry of Customs and Customs, have also agreed to release the car imports from the Kish, Qeshm and Chabahar Free Zones have declared.
But Ali Shokouhi, an auto industry expert, also told the automaker that the car import issue had been struck in Iran since May 2006 and that it has continued to this day. The hybrids are only promotional in the scheme of car market regulation, and are thought to help calm the car market climate by raising such issues, while market turmoil has taken on another form. »
"Customers go to importers and want their demands, and the importer can't plan properly because they don't see any specific task for them," he said. In addition, the market cannot properly control and manage prices. So the ultimate disadvantage of such uncertainties is to the customers, and such talk will not create any discipline for the market, and will only cause the market to depart completely from its principles. "
"It is clear from the outset what the import tariffs are and what car imports should be and what the import process should be," Shokouhi continued. "New issues like zero tariffs for hybrids are being raised by parliamentarians just like a show."
"In the year 96 we had a problem with six months of import bans and it was argued that they wanted to determine the import procedure, but now we see that even though 6 months Importers are being challenged, after two years of import procedures it is still unclear and every now and then problems are being impeded by the parliament and the Ministry of Customs, Customs, the Environment Agency and so on. "In fact, it has nothing to do with the reality of hybrid cars, and a resolution passed by parliament to import zero-percent hybrid cars was only a media affair."
Shokouhi emphasized: "Unless it is possible to register in the registration system, it will not be possible to import even with the approval of the parliament, whereas in the parliament's resolution, the customs rules of these cars are not intended to be registered."
"The main problem is that these cars are not allowed to register an order at all, let alone import, so it requires import approval while the reality of the car market is what it is shown to be," he said. It is very different in that the impact of imported cars on the market is large, while imported cars account for 5% to 2% of the total car market, but this share is more than 5%. . "
The expert says the government itself has stated that it has no purpose in importing cars during the economic war and that the debate is questionable.
Mehdi Dadfar, the secretary of the Automobile Importers Association, also mentioned in a conversation with the automaker that the issue of re-importing cars was being promoted, saying that we know that projects such as importing hybrids will not be accepted because every time there are issues in the import field. It comes up and it doesn't end, and we've found that these are just propaganda stuff.
He added: hybrids are at stake once again, and second-hand car imports are the issue, but what we are concerned about today is the import clearance of cars that have been dumping in the country's customs for two years. We want the situation to be able to clear the cars and deliver the people's demands.
while some 7,000 cars are still burying in the country's customs and with the expiry of the import clearance deadline, there is still no word on extending the ordinance. Reach. Anyway maybe the clearance of these cars is tiresome