Mine viability with consistent laws and directives
Vice President of Iranian Stone Association: Mining industries have a value chain that if we can't have an independent expert look at the chain and always pay attention to one of the loops, so in the long run we will face uneven development and never see productivity.
According to Iran's International Rock Exhibition, Iran holds about sixty-eight types of mineral (non-petroleum), thirty-seven billion tonnes of discovered reserves, and fifty-seven billion tonnes of potential reserves among the world's fifteen minerals, Rich countries are considered minerals.
The newspaper Semat has discussed the pathology of the field and has talked to its activists on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution.
The importance of avoiding negativity
Malik Rahmati, vice president of the Iranian Stone Association, said: "One of the important things in the pathology of the mining industry is the passage of non-expert laws and directives that we have always suffered. Due to the lack of consistency in our laws, we were not able to properly design our international trade and exports.
Member of the Committee on Industries and Mines of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce continued: One of the things that we demand from the next parliament and the ministry is the need to develop comprehensive law and directives related to mining. We expect that at least the directives on state rights, duties and other matters related to mining will be expert and consistent so that the manufacturer can be assured that the law and directive enacted in the country for at least five years and up to ten years will remain unchanged. Conveniently close an export contract. "We have always seen huge losses from seasonal changes in circuits and we have not been able to create a sustainable export market for this industry," he said.
Pointing to Negri as the second problem, he said, "Mining industries have a value chain that if we can't have an independent expert look at the chain and always pay attention to one of the loops, so in the long run we will face uneven development and never have productivity. Sight.
Rahmati continued: "One of the disadvantages is that we do not look at the value chain of the country's mineral industry, which is exploration, extraction, processing and export at the same time as the expert view. Sometimes we abandon the concept of exploration and extract what we have, sometimes not as much as we process or extract from the country, or we over-process the country as a result of which we have problems for years to come.
The Vice President of the Iranian Stone Association emphasized the need for sustainable development and said: "In order to be safe from raw materials and to maintain sustainable development and productivity in the industry, we must attach a sustainable expert view to the value chain of the mining industry." As much as we need to discover, process and extract and define multiple chains in multiple mining industries.
Rahmati said: In the last 40 years we have been paying more attention to parts of this chain over many years, but some of the chain links have been neglected. It therefore requires the ministry and its new deputy, Mr. Ismaili, also experienced in the field of law, to establish a value chain in all the mining industries so that we can achieve an appropriate output in a timely manner.