According to Public Relations and International Affairs of Qeshm Free Zone Organization, Hamidreza Mo'meni said in the third coordination meeting of the actions of the Qeshm Free Zone Organization in the post-Corona period: Despite the negative effects of the Coronavirus outbreak on the world economy, according to official reports, environmental pollution, including air pollution in large cities, seawater, rivers and forests, has declined sharply, not only in our country but around the world, that most of it was due to the drastic reduction of unnecessary urban and suburban traffics and travels.
The Chairman of the Board od Directors and CEO of the Qeshm Free Zone Organization called the management of Coronavirus in any country a strong criterion for measuring the efficiency of any political system in the world and said: Countries such as South Korea, Singapore and Germany have done well in controlling the coronavirus.
He cited the coronavirus as a new phenomenon, along with phenomena such as war, inflation, declining economic growth and the like, and said: Being prepared to deal with it has become a necessity for all countries.
According to this report, Dr. Farhad Taghizadeh, an associate professor of economics and a faculty member at the University of Japan, was the other speaker at this conference that presenting a video conference on the global economy and the Middle East in post-Corona and the effects of this virus on the economies of countries mainly dependent on oil and gas sales, and said: Declining oil demand and mistrust of the oil market and declining investment were among the consequences of the oil shock caused by Corona.
He also called the damage to the big markets of the world stock market as other effects of Corona and said: In Iran, unlike the rest of the world, the stock market has found a good position due to the increase in liquidity.
Dr. Taghizadeh attributed the 77 percent increase in the Iranian Stock Exchange index to the 170 percent and 45 percent increase in Venezuela and Zimbabwe, respectively, during the Corona, due to the non-dependence of their stock exchanges on the international stock market.
He predicted the entry of the region's economy into a recession due to the corona, citing their efforts to maintain public health, reduce economic losses, provide health packages and provide banking facilities.
The university professor said that the $ 226 billion drop in oil exports from the region and the accumulation of private and public sector debt in these countries were among the consequences of the Coronavirus outbreak.
He cited financial resources, especially for small businesses, and the return of the economy to sustainable development as one of his solutions for the post-Corona.
According to this report, the third meeting of the Qeshm Free Zone Post-Corona Action Coordination Council was held in the presence of the Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO and a group of deputies and managers of the organization with the aim of integrated planning to create economic opportunities in the post-Corona, in the conference hall of Organization's Central Office.
Restoring the economy to the path of sustainable development
Dr. Farhad Taghizadeh, an associate professor of economics and a faculty member at the University of Japan, presented the vision of the global economy and the Middle East in post-Corona and the effects of this virus on the economies of countries mainly dependent on oil and gas sales.
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