The ambiguous Currency queue 4200


Imports always undergo serious tensions under government currency policies in different periods, so that imports follow different policies of governments at different times. Imports always undergo serious tensions under the foreign exchange policies of the state at different times, so that imports follow different policies of governments at different times, which are sometimes conflicting. While more than 90 percent of imported items of high diversity are used in semi-finished goods, raw materials, consumables or even capital goods such as agricultural machinery in production, so these different decisions in the import sector have a serious impact on the country's production. Governments, by destabilizing the business environment, increase transaction costs and risk activities in the area of ​​imports, but the more serious issue is that importers have faced serious problems with currency since the beginning of this year, and they are first in the waiting queue for a single currency nominal 4200 Tumani and later on in the Nima system. But their share, in addition to the limitations, is the problem of providing legal currency and addressing mistakes in the form of allegations that are not inaccurate with the reality. The same question poses the question why, after numerous government directives, we are still seeing these problems. What is the point where the importer can not continue to operate legally, or if it is possible to continue to operate, the cost will increase. In order to answer this question, we need to examine the government's foreign exchange policies, which, despite the auction of foreign exchange reserves of the country in the false monetary policy of the 4200-ruble exchange, is aimed at addressing a new issue in the form of a knot of imports and exports. Policies that deal with how the exporters' currency went back to the country this year, and these margins did not lead to a transparent and legal path. Over the past few months, the government intended to allocate some kind of export-oriented currency to imports by issuing various types of directives and directives, but to this day, private-sector import activists still remain in the dusty queue of buying foreign currency, and failed to They have helped to solve their problem, but what has happened is that importers are still waiting for currency purchases and their legal import due to currency problems in the hallway is ambiguous. According to the latest government directive, exporters are committed to returning their currency to the country in two ways. First, exporters can directly import importers after importing goods (with the discovery of the Ministry of Industry, Mining and Commerce) (import against non-export). Secondly, exporters can submit currency or bank notes to banks and authorized exchange offices by registering in the currency monitoring system (Senate). The directive provides for exemptions for exporters of up to EUR 1 million annually for the sale of foreign currency in the Nima system (integrated exchange trading system), which is similar for all commodity groups, but according to the government's decision, the export returns The Nima system varies according to the amount of exports. While the government's policies for returning the currency are adjusted so that the limited and limited imports can continue to survive in the current state of the country, The two sides are witnessing the departure of the programs from the rails. Today's reality is that the government's foreign exchange policies have failed to bring transparency to the activities of exporters and importers. Because there are a few issues to come up with. The first issue is that many exporters have become importers themselves following the implementation of these policies. This issue, which has been formed since the time the currency exchange rate was set and the disturbance of the free trade of the foreign exchange market, continues today. Since the supply of currency exchange in Nima system was not attractive to exporters in comparison with the free market, so many of them decided to import goods to the country, which is far from the main expertise. The issue that triggers the supply of money transfers in the foreign exchange market is dwindling so that importers' activity can be reduced significantly. The issue of these import-related issues that arises from policies that have been changed in the currency exchange system is the intermediary of exchange traders in the country. Full Notes in Balancepaper