Khodrocar_Experts believe that since the automobile industry lost more than 4 trillion tomans last year and between $ 7 billion and 7 trillion tomatoes earlier this year, if car production increases, even though carmakers are not allowed to raise prices by the end, The year of losses for automakers will be even greater than last year.
Amir Hassan Kaka'i says in this regard: "Today prices are such that the production of each car means more losses and the question is where the losses are compensated and where should the liquidity be obtained?"
He said: We see a speech that is said to be valuable and underpins the evolution of the industry, but when it comes to laws and regulations and is blended with day-to-day issues, parliament and the media, we see the lock issue. And cannot be executed. That is, good things are said at the same time, but things are passed against the same things.
The first thing that matters right now is the survival of the automotive industry and other issues are on the sidelines, says the automotive expert.
Pointing to the issue of internalization, he says: "Some people mean internalization means reducing costs without spending money, while internalization requires investment and there is no investment in practice."
Kakai says: The automobile industry is on the losing side, it is under boycott, and the laws adopted by the parliament are also locking the working space. It is interesting that the same houses supported the production and industrial centers and the project. They also open some, but they don't respond when asked how you intend to support them.
"Let us not forget that the liquidity problem of the automobile industry is not solved yet, and if production continues to rise under conditions of grammatical pricing, it will only add to the auto industry's losses."
Kakai goes on to say that it is up to lawmakers to determine whether they want to help the auto industry. And maybe in the near future we will see events and even fights with the same focus.
According to the automaker, the auto industry expert believes that while the petrochemical industry receives a free feed, it then sells its final products to international carmakers, which means rising car prices, but on the other hand, allowing prices to rise. It is not given to the carmaker and this can cause problems. This is something that Maziar Beygloo, the secretary of the Association of Manufacturers of Automotive Components and Parts, has recently pointed out, saying that raw materials such as steel sheets, aluminum, copper or petrochemical products should not be sold to manufacturers at a global price. .