Tehran (IP)- According to Seyyed Ehsan Khandouzi, economic spokesman of the government, foreign investment in Iran has tripled compared to the past.

Iran PressIran news: In a news conference on Tuesday, Ehsan Khandouzi, Minister of Finance and Economic Spokesman also talked about the government's plan to prepare a list of goods and companies affiliated with the Zionist regime that should be boycotted.

He said, "Given that the Supreme Leader wanted the economic lifelines of the Zionist regime to be cut off by Islamic countries, the government listed goods and companies and sent it to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Industry, the Development and Trade Organization, and the list will be given to the customs on Tuesday.

"About the amount of foreign investment in the current government compared to the previous government, Khandouzi said: 8.9 billion dollars of foreign investment has been made in Iran, with Russia, China, and the UAE investing the most. The average investment in the 13th government is three times the average foreign investment in the previous nine years.

Removing obstacles to access Iran's resources

In response to Iran Press correspondent, Khandozi added: Import of basic goods is done in less than 15 days.

Khandozi said: A part of these resources has been transferred to Omani Bank and the obstacles of last year have been removed.

He clarified that today, the president’s letter for the next year’s budget will be submitted to Iran’s Parliament.

Referring to the headings of the budget bill he said: In the bill, the share of the government's stable income has increased compared to the current year. 

Also, it has been tried to manage the current and construction costs in a way to witness the least dissatisfaction, he pointed out.

The economic spokesman of the government emphasized: The amount of crude oil export in the next year's budget bill is 1 million 350 thousand barrels, at a price of 65 euros per barrel.


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