Tehran (IP): The head of the Economic Commission of Iran's Parliament predicted that Iran's economy would grow in the second half of the year in the Iranian calendar (starting from autumn).

Iran Press/Iran news: In a press conference, Mohammadreza Pourebrahimi said that even when under sanctions, it was possible to plan for Iran's economic development.

Pourebrahimi added that after setting up the new cabinet, the Parliament would present a plan for economic growth.

He stated: "Parliament estimates that we will see positive indicators in the country's economy as of autumn.”

He added that at the end of the current government, a report regarding the government's performance would be presented; therefore, the Parliament's Economic Commission would release a report about economic indicators in the country.

The report would be sent to the heads of the various organizations and institutions as well as the President-elect, and it would be read at the inauguration ceremony or in one of the public meetings, he noted.


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