Khodrocar - The clearing of about 3,000 cars, which, according to importers, will generate huge revenues for the government at current currency prices and tolls, awaits the reopening of the order registration site. The Association of Car Importers has written to the President and his deputies, the Minister of Industry and the Director General of Customs, but so far no response has been received. Now we have to wait until the end of April and see where the clearance of these cars will end up.
"The editing and registration of the order, which is required for the clearance of these vehicles, has been postponed to April 20, so this decree has not yet been implemented as it should be.” Mehdi Dadfar, secretary of vehicle importers association told khodrocar reporter.
"The bottom line is that if a clearance permit is issued for these cars, it will receive a large income in this critical situation where the government needs foreign exchange resources, which will be very helpful.” He said.
"When clearing these cars, importers must pay for the difference in currency, tolls and other costs, which will generate a good income from this place. The remaining 3,000 vehicles in the customs, including tolls and exchange rates, will be around 1,440 billion tomans, which will be donated to the government if cleared.” He said.
"At the same time, the government board must renew this decree, as this decree will be issued on February 17 and has a three-month deadline, in which case May 7 will end while the order registration site is still reopening.” He said.
"While there is one month left until the end of this decree, all offices have been closed for more than a month and all occupations have applied for the extension of all relevant cases. Therefore, it is necessary to extend this decree at the same time. Vehicles that have not yet received an order registration will be assigned a registration order.” He continued.
"If the order registration site is opened at the end of April, only a 20-day period will be required to clear and unload the cars. It should be opened so that the government receives income while clearing these cars.” He mentioned.
Out of a total of 5,108 depots, nearly 3,500 were able to be cleared by the latest government decree, most of which belonged to Gray Market, and dealerships were able to sell all of their cars within the first time. To clear. However, after the outbreak of the coronavirus virus, there is a new problem for importers and no one is responsible for them.