Office for Prevention of sanctions established at Iran’s Guilds Center
Tehran, The secretary of the Supreme Council for the supervision of trade union organizations announced the establishment of an Office for the Prevention and Counteraction of Sanctions in the Guild Center of Tradesmen to deal with the effects of sanctions.
Seyyed Javad Ahmadi said the move was taken by the Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade's approval to regulate the communications and interactions of the ministry's body with the guilds.
He added, Given the conditions we face with the brutal pressures of global arrogance this year, we have been working to close contact with guilds, trade unions and their custodians, including the board of directors of the trade union and the board of directors of the chambers of commerce, problems with them can be reviewed, followed up and even resolved as much as possible.'
The secretary of the Supreme Council considered the main problems of the country's business community to be 'caused by the lack of stability in the main economic components, exchange rate fluctuations, lack of supplies of raw materials, rising prices for production factors and goods' in the distribution network.
In such a situation, facilitating the affairs of the guilds through the mechanization of various processes, such as the issuance of licenses, holding elections for unions and guilds, distributing funds from the issuance of licenses, are issues that are considered at the center of affairs of merchants and businessmen.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA