Khodrocar - The requirement was previously required by carmakers to dispose of worn-out cars for new products, but was rejected by parliament due to increased production costs with parliament's approval, and parliaments are now trying again. They are the same clause to be implemented but have no legal requirements for their implementation.
"The only positive point of this plan is automakers have to scrap one worn out car for producing 4 new cars.” Fereydon Ahmadi, member of the industry and mine commission of the parliament told khodrocar reporter.
"This decision was made especially for Iran Khodro and Saipa, which is governed by the government, while our view of these firms is wrong because the two companies are not responsible for delivering the low-cost car and the carriers of the vulnerable strata, but rather the management.” He said.
"How the parliament should oversee this is to be seen, but there is a belief that it should be implemented if a plan is approved.” He continued.
"Determining how to sell a firm drives them out of the business and turns it into a political tool. Managing and making decisions that can hurt the car industry.” He said.
"Government orders to refuse authorization to raise prices and emphasize selling at previous prices have resulted in segment losses, leading to years of inadequate technology, know-how and quality, and continued production. Finding that the loss of $ 20 billion to $ 30 billion in the automotive industry is a matter of fact and the actual loss is in the thousands of billions.” He continued.
The remarks come as some members of the House Mines and Industries Commission have already stressed the triviality of the plan, saying that the clauses in the plan will not unblock the industry's problems.