The first meeting of the Committee for Development of Non-Oil Export Support Package was held in 1399 with the presence of representatives of the Program and Budget Organization, the Ministry of Jihad Agriculture, the National Development Fund and the Deputy Minister of Planning and Planning of the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade.
According to the public relations of the Trade Development Organization of Iran, the Deputy Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade and the General Director of the Trade Development Organization of Iran on the sidelines of the above-mentioned meeting, referring to the communiqué of the First Vice President and Chief of Staff of the Resistance Economy. As of May of this year, he said: “In this meeting, the opinions of the member organizations of the Export Development Working Group and also the members of the selected working group of the First Vice President will be included in the draft of the support package for 1999 and finally the draft will be approved and sent to the Resistance Economy Command.”
Zadboom mentioned the resources in the draft of the non-oil export support package, including the two parts of the resources of the National and Bank Development Fund and the budget of export incentives: According to the report received from the National Development Fund, the above-mentioned fund has deposited 20,000 billion rials in banks. The agent has applied to exporters to pay for export facilities. This amount has been deposited in Iran’s Export Development Banks, Cooperative Development, Export Development, Agriculture and Joint Bank of Iran and Venezuela, and exporters can use this facility based on the indicators announced by the Trade Development Organization of Iran Use lot.
The Deputy Minister and Director General of the Trade Development Organization of Iran announced the interest rate of export facilities from the resources of the National Development Fund in the non-oil export support package in 1998 as 14.5% and said: “Due to changes in interest rates, the facilities approved by the Monetary and Credit Council In 1999, changes will be made in this area.
In the end, he said that foreign exchange facilities from the National Development Fund deposit in operating banks are important parts of the non-oil export support package for the year 1999 and said: “It is necessary to create conditions for exporters to receive these credits in the form of buyer and seller credit.” It is worth noting that the amount of foreign currency deposits of the National Development Fund in the operating banks was one billion euros, which can be increased to two billion euros.