The problem of the scope of tax-exempt codes in special economic zones

According to the public relations of the National Association of Plastic Industries of Iran (INPIA), the third meeting of the Commercial Commission of the National Association was held on February 17 in the presence of experts, representatives of organizations and companies at the National Association. Before entering the agenda, Javad Hobe Fekr and Shoaib Hassani presented a report on their trip to Sulaymaniyah in cooperation with the Plastic Industry Cluster. The discussion of the paragraphs of the Commission’s chart was another matter that was considered, and finally, after the addition of an amendment paragraph to which the suggestions of the members of the Commission were added, the generalities of the subject were approved. Another agenda of the commission was tax-exempt codes in the Special Economic Zone, which was based on effective solutions in this sector in order to prevent its penetration into the free market. According to Sahaf Amin, this has been prevented to some extent. He added: “Currently, some of those who do this are actually having sales problems. Javad Mousavi, while providing explanations on the above issue, stated: One of the objections in this regard is to the Behin Yab site; The site, for example, blocked all manufacturers last week but left out special area codes, which could lead to abuse. He added that the issue of tax-exempt codes in the Special Economic Zone has also caused a negative competition among petrochemicals. Referring to Maroon Company and its solution regarding tax-exempt codes, Mousavi said: “This company stated from the beginning that it will return the tax collected after the customs approval, and in this way it tried to prevent the products from entering the market.” . In another part of his speech, he said: The Commodity Exchange, due to the unfavorable market situation, has left unrelated buying matchmaking open for all codes. Mousavi also stated that another petrochemical company has introduced its trusted cargo. Shalchi also pointed to the unsuitable situation of the special zones in this meeting and said: “According to my experience from these zones, corruption is very widespread in these zones and only three units in the special zone produce and export the product.” He continued: “Many people who have settled in these areas work in other ways.” Sahaf Amin also stated: Due to the extent of pollution in free and special zones, measures should be followed slowly and continuously. Another problem, he said, was the non-disclosure of sales by some plastics manufacturers, which is why only a handful of people pay 9 percent VAT, which creates unfair competition. Abbas Ali Motusalian also stressed the need to transfer problems to officials in order to find appropriate solutions. Attendees at this meeting; Buik Agha Sahaf Amin (Chairman of the Commission), Abbas Ali Motusalian (Yazd Polika), Madeleine Arian (Khuzestan Plastic Industries), Mohammadra Kharazi (Iranian PVC Fittings Cooperative), Karim Kharazi (Polymer Fittings Cooperative), Javad Hobehfekr (Representative of Homogeneous Association) ), Azam Moharramkhani (Behin Energy Sarmad), Javad Mousavi (Stock Exchange Expert), Shoaib Hassani (Plastic Worker), Amiri (Sunni Plastic) Amir Hossein Shalchi (Khuzestan Plastic Industries) and Setareh Iqbal (Secretary of the Commission).

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