Iran is prepared to negotiate to join the World Trade Organization
December 19, 2015
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Our economy / Nairobi
He informed the Iranian Minister of Industry Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization held in the Kenyan capital Nairobi that Iran is ready to negotiate to join the organization.
Nematzadeh told the trade ministers of the SCO member states and the number 162 country, "I'm here an important message."
He added, "Now that I finally removed the years of intense negotiations all misunderstandings about Iran's nuclear activities, we are going to take the next step towards integration more deeply into the global economy."
Iran is the largest economy still outside the WTO.
And accession to the WTO will require a long and arduous negotiations but Nematzadeh said that "Iran has already proceeded to openness in its trade and investment and to seek bilateral and regional integration with its trading partners."
But he added that "regional integration is not a substitute for the global system, so the membership of the World Trade Organization priority to the Iranian government, the largest economy in the world As a non-member (SCO), the full membership will be of mutual benefit for all important step towards creating a global organization right."
Despite possessing some of the world's largest reserves of oil and gas, economic growth for Iran sanctions hampered by low energy prices and rising interest rates.
Iran has applied for WTO membership in July 1996 but the organization did not begin to consider the request only in 2005 and provided a dossier of Iran laws and regulations relevant details four years later.
Nematzadeh said that Iran had now to update this file is ready for submission to the WTO and it is the first time prepared to enter into talks on reducing tariffs and other barriers to trade in goods and services.
And should the countries seeking to join the WTO to bring its laws into line with WTO rules but in order to succeed in her career must also enter into negotiations with the current members, who could ask for concessions in sectors that interest them.
And accession to the WTO will impose restrictions on the tariffs in Iran and the necessary transparency on a broad range of policies that affect trade, such as agricultural subsidies and rules and the rules of the import and export of goods.
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