Tehran, YJC. Tayebnia says his ministry will consult international organizations to improve the country’s economic policies.
at the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund annual meeting, Iran’s
Minister of Economy Ali Tayebnia pointed out that the country will seek
international consultation in order to pursue developmental plans in its economy.
that the sanctions imposed on Iran have brought the global economy to a
critical spot, causing instability and vagueness to the market and intercepting
fair access to oil and gas for all countries.
Economy Minister asserted "The policies of the new government of the Islamic
Republic of Iran which has started its job since August under the rubric of
Insight and Hope include collaboration with the international community, the development
of economic interaction on the global scene, and constructive cooperation with
international monetary organizations.”
explained that as its policy to improve the country’s economy, the 11th
administration plans to reduce the country’s dependence on the oil revenue and remove
the governmental oversight from infrastructural projects.