Tehran(IP): The economic spokesman of the government said that according to the new decree, the government was obliged to implement the law for those who did not join the taxing system.

Iran PressIran news: Iran's Minister of Economy, Seyyed Ehsan Khandozi, in a press conference on Tuesday and in response to the question of Iran Press correspondent, said: "The gold dealers and jewelers are obliged to register and record their electronic invoice at designated terminals."

Also, the Iranian Minister of Economy stated that according to the report of the Iranian Statistics Center, the unemployment rate reached 7.6% in the fall, adding: "This number is the lowest unemployment rate recorded in the last two decades of Iran's economy. The rate of economic participation has increased by 0.5%. which means increasing the participation motivation of the country's active population in the labor market."

In response to another question about financial corruption, Khandozi said: "Reforming the processes that lead to violations and corruption has been on the government's agenda from the beginning."

He added: "One of the important points is the lack of systematic monitoring between the stage of order registration and currency allocation, which was done for some companies. Last year, this issue was identified by the government and to deal with the problem, the central bank has announced the amount of imports by different institutions."

In response to the increase in internet prices, which is said to be more than 30%, he said: "A majority part of the society has been concerned about this. Before announcing the change in rates, the Ministry of Communications had negotiations and agreements with all operators."

In response to a question about whether the mandatory retail price of cars will be removed by the end of the year, the Minister of Economy said: "From the point of view of the existing laws, until an industry is out of monopoly and we are not sure that it is yet out of monopoly, the measures related to the price in this industry are affected by the approval of the Competition Council." 219