NIPNA, Rahim Zare, who is a member of the parliament’s economy committee, underlined
the impossibility of imposing sanctions on Iran's petrochemical exports, adding
the Americans sought imposition of sanctions on petrochemicals as they know
that after oil, the most valuable non-oil exports to Iran are petrochemicals.
to the sanctions of previous years, adding that at the time, the United States
was also seeking a boycott on petrochemicals, but “we saw that the Iranian
petrochemical industry was not sanctionable and the export of petrochemical
products had not diminished. This industry continues its progress.”
that Iran's petrochemicals could be exported in various ways, adding:
"Although the US target is to boycott Iran's petrochemical industry, in
different ways we can export our products and generate hard currency."
The MP said:
"Iran's petrochemical exports not only have not diminished, but have also been
growing. I believe we can export our products in the most difficult conditions."
"Experience has shown that over the 40 years after the Islamic Revolution,
despite US propaganda and sanctions, we could again sell our petroleum and
petrochemical products in different ways.”