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ICCIMA Board Rejects Jalalpour’s Resignation
Economy, Domestic Economy

ICCIMA Board Rejects Jalalpour’s Resignation

Mohsen Jalalpour will remain the president of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture after the board of directors rejected his resignation on Sunday.  After serving for 14 months as the ICCIMA chief, Jalalpour took to social media to announce his resignation on grounds of ill health on Saturday night. His resignation was promptly rejected by the chamber’s board in a statement on Sunday morning.  
“No one can downplay the instrumental and unique role Jalalpour has performed to improve Iran’s business environment. Neither can they deny his tireless efforts and love for the private sector or his valuable services to the domestic economy,” the statement noted.
The board of directors said it will assume the duties and responsibilities of the ICCIMA president until Jalalpour’s full recovery. Jalalpour, 53, was appointed to the ICCIMA leadership seat on June 14, 2015, the day he hailed as “the most important day of my life” in his resignation letter. He is also the head of Kerman Province Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture, IRNA reported.

 

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