TEHRAN, Iran, August 29. The calls for foreign investment permits have doubled reaching $5 billion, said the Iranian Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ehsan Khandouzi, Trend reports citing IRNA.
The government's annual economic performance indicates that issuing permits for foreign investment in Iran have doubled during the first year of Ebrahim Raisi's administration, he said in a press conference.
Khandouzi pointed out that the government has also eliminated restrictive conditions for issuing investment permits for 75,000 domestic businesses.
According to the minister, the government has stabilized macroeconomics by controlling liquidity and banks' balance sheets.
The administration has taken long-term measures to solve the production and export issues and improve economic growth.