and i showed mineIt was, and I showed evidence to that effect.
what ever ,last time i even post articles , and interviews that showed how as soon as they wanted to expand the capability to produce the fabric their attempt sabotaged , the taxes were lifted from import , nobody financed them and their tax remains constant all were done by officials and had nothing to do with private sector.My observation was totally called for in its own right, because I know for a fact that anti-IR discourse is instrumentalizing this issue to fabricate a non-existing link between the Islamic Republic's religious foundations, and the way imports of black fabric for chadors is hurting the domestic textile industry. A fictitious link that is but pure fallacy, hence why the record had to be straightened. Got it?
as i recall the daughter of certain ministers , were importing somethings that looked like clothes from abroad. also is it important if the official themselves do the importing , the fact that they are tools of import mafia says alot , the fact that their boss dis nothing about their acts say a lot.Are you familiar with the notion of lobbying? Or with collusion between private interests and state authorities? You know, these ugly phenomena that are so ingrained into western capitalist systems.
In Iran, the garments aren't imported by those officials who lowered the tax. They're imported by the latters' private associates or acquaintances. Issue therefore still lies with private sector businessmen first and foremost. Yes, there are private companies in the tertiary sector (services including commerce) too, manufacturing isn't the only domain of activity where private investors operate.