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Iran Gov’t Expects Less Revenue From ICT Sector

Iran Gov’t Expects Less Revenue From ICT Sector Iran Gov’t Expects Less Revenue From ICT Sector

In the coming fiscal (2019-20), iran government expects to earn 100 trillion rials ($864 million) from the ICT sector, down 9% compared to projected income for the current year that ends in March.
The Majlis Research Center (MRC) has made a detailed evaluation of the next budget bill President Hassan Rouhani presented to the Majlis last month.
In a report published by the center on its website, the government expects to generate less from the information and communication technology sector in the coming year.

Main sources of revenue are expected from telecom operators leasing infrastructure from the government and from fees people will pay for their new electronic national ID cards.

 

 

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