In a recent meeting with members of the Headquarters of Resistance Economy, Jahangiri highlighted the need for considering the transfer of technology knowhow in the country’s new contracts with foreign companies.
“As the Leader of Islamic Revolution has firmly emphasized, the transfer of technology knowhow is an essential for the country.”
He further pointed to a manual recently drafted on building links between technology and development of domestic capabilities in international contracts and important national plans. The manual had been outlined in the workgroup of Resistance Economy Headquarters.
“Executive entities should hand in their suggestions and comments to the secretariat of the Headquarters within 10 days,” Jahanigiri urged.
The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, the Minister of Industries, Mines and Trade, the Minister of Defence, the Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance, the Minister of Cooperatives, Labour and Social Welfare, the Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance, the Minister of Energy, the Head of Management and Planning Organization, the Head of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, Vice Presidents for Executive Affairs, Parliamentary Affairs, and Science and Technology, President’s Advisor for Economic Affairs, Governor of the Central Bank, and the Head of IRIB.