TEHRAN, Iran, Jan.24
Iran's government is imposing taxes on export revenues of petrochemical products and raw minerals, said member of the parliament's energy commission Hadi Beyginejad, Trend reports citing Fars News Agency.
The budget plan for the new Iranian year (starts March 21, 2022) is obligating the government to set the tax on export revenues of raw and semi-raw materials, Beyginejad noted.
The government will also impose taxes on export revenues of methanol, urea, polyethylene, and bitumen.
"At the same time, the South Pars LPG export revenues are not included in the budget plan's tax list," he indicated.