International institutions such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in their forecast of economic conditions in Iran in the new year, share the view that the rate of economic growth is less than 4%.
The World Bank published a report in the first days of 2018 entitled “The World Economic Outlook,” which predicted Iran’s economic growth rate as the second largest economy in the Western Asia region due to reduced oil production and access to financing markets Up to 4.3 by 2020.
While the international financial institution announced its economic growth rate of 4% in June 2017, it declined to 3.6 at the end of the year, with 0.4 less than its previous forecast.
The World Bank predicted Iran’s economic growth rate in 2018, according to its estimates in June 2017, at 4.1, but declined by 0.1 at the beginning of 2018, at the end of this year, the economic growth rate would be 4 at the end of this year.
The IMF estimates Iran’s economic growth is lower than the forecasts of the World Bank. The International Atomic Energy Agency has forecast that Iran’s economic growth rate will reach 3.8 in 2018.
The IMF has urged Iran and its neighbors to step up trade agreements in the coming years to increase their exports and prevent fluctuations in their production.
The regional report IMF Outlook West Asia, North Africa, Afghanistan and Pakistan in the covers to predict the stability of oil prices, it concludes that the effects of increased oil production in Iran after nuclear deal decreased. However, the international organization predicts Iran’s economic growth rate in 2018 better than its previous year and does not expect a surplus of 0.3 out of expectations.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has been considering two-digit inflation rate since 2017. In 2018, inflation is expected to drop by 0.4 to 10.1. The report states that the budget deficit will be 2.2 percent of GDP in 2018.
In December 96, an IMF advisory board traveled to the Consultation Committee under Article 4 of the Fund. In its assessment of Iran’s conditions, the delegation emphasized that GDP growth will reach 4.2 in 2018. While the panel’s recommendation was that Iran should make reforms in its financial sector.
At the end of his visit to Tehran, Catherine Forge, head of the IMF consultant, said in a statement that inflation would increase if prices for energy carriers rise. However, in the medium term and in the case of adopting precautionary measures, the possibility of a one-digits inflation rate is far from the mind.
The report notes that Iran’s economy will face a number of challenges in the short term, which will lead to uncertainty in the foreign sector.
The statement then urged to reform the structure of banks and credit institutions in order to move towards higher capital. In this section, the transformation of unauthorized financial institutions into credit institutions has been a factor in curbing the intense competition between the bank. Which requires a program to assess the quality of the assets of banks, and the payment of facilities to individuals should be resolved and resolved with a specific program of delayed loans.
The report adds that the cost of reinstatement of banks can be financed from the issuance of new and long-term government bonds. Of course, it is necessary to increase the authority of the central bank in the field of banking supervision. Also, the market orientation of monetary policy framework in a way that strengthens central bank independence and liquidity control can help to stabilize inflation at low levels. This trend also helps to validate the exchange rate system.
The statement by the Advisory Board, Article 4 of the International Monetary Fund, stipulates that the reform of the financial sector will add to the government debt and costs associated with the rate of profit. While if the amendments in the budget by a gradual process and by assigning a portion of oil revenues to cover the cost of the rate of exchange for increasing bank capital and reforms in tax breaks to be done, government debt can be up to levels precautions Decrease.
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I am Mehran Farahraz. I was born on November 13, 1983 in Tehran, iran. My father is a retired military man and my mother, a retired school teacher. My childhood was spent in a military base and from the very beginning, I became interested in electronics and computer. I completed my high school studies in Mathematics and graduated in Computer Hardware from university and then I entered the computer and IT market.
۱۹۹۹, ۲۰۰۰, ۲۰۰۱, ۲۰۰۲, ۲۰۰۳, ۲۰۰۴, ۲۰۰۵, ۲۰۰۶, ۲۰۰۷, ۲۰۰۸, ۲۰۰۹, ۲۰۱۰, ۲۰۱۱, ۲۰۱۲, ۲۰۱۳, ۲۰۱۴, ۲۰۱۵, ۲۰۱۶, ۲۰۱۷
۱۹۹۹- ۲۰۰۳ High School: Resalat
۲۰۰۳-۲۰۰۵ Military service
۲۰۰۴-۲۰۰۵ Behnam Jahan Company
۲۰۰۴-۲۰۰۸ Bachelor’s degree program in Computer Hardware
۲۰۰۵-۲۰۰۶ Sadra Fan Pardaz Company
۲۰۰۶-۲۰۰۷ Aria Sasol Company
۲۰۰۷-۲۰۱۱ Farassoo Company – After-sales services
۲۰۱۰-۲۰۱۵ Farassoo Company – Online sales
۲۰۱۳-۲۰۱۴ MyLavan Online Store
۲۰۱۳-۲۰۱۵ Espeero Marketing Company
۲۰۱۴-۲۰۱۵ Lavan Advertising and Marketing Center- Content and SEO Expert
Honest – Organized – Sympathetic- Reliable
Ambitious – Organizationally well-behaved- Broad-minded – Steady – Efficient– Cooperative
Computer and IT skills:
A Bachelor’s degree in Computer Hardware
English (Elementary 103)
Content Creation 100%
Negotiation techniques 100%
۲۰۰۰: An A+ Master degree in Hardware and Computer Repair from the Isiran Institute of Iran
۲۰۱۴: A Certificate in Negotiation Principles and Techniques from Industrial Management Institute
۲۰۱۶: A Certificate in Sales and After-Sales Services Negotiation from Saramadsazan-e Modiriyat-e Datis Company
۲۰۱۷: A Certificate in the Principles of Communication Skills from the Iran Management Consultants Association (IMCA)
۲۰۱۷: Participation in a specialized training course on the 5S Workplace Organization System
Crowded and noisy places- Uncleanliness- Haste- Argument-Unfinished business- Carelessness
Supervisor of Open Box Unit at Digikala Company, Feb. 2016-Present
In winter 2016, a project called Open Box was launched to sell refurbished products at Digikala Company, for which I work as the website administrator. Initially, open-box products were sold only inside the company, and ordinary people were not able to buy them. However, after about 4 months of research and troubleshooting the website, the service was made public, and currently, the Open Box website is accessible by everyone two days a month. I work as the website administrator in the company, and coordinate related issues with after-sales service, customer affairs, logistics and marketing units. I am also the supervisor of the unit where test specialists, photographers, editors and contact operators work. My responsibilities also extend to pricing, content and quality control, developing product sale policy, determining sales type, and drawing up guidelines in the Open Box unit of Digikala Company.
Senior Expert at Digikala After-Sales Services Unit, Oct. 2015-Feb. 2016
I started my career in the after-sales services unit at Digikala Company, the objective of which was to investigate what type of products enter the after-sales services unit, what are their common defects, the customer feedback, and the type of service required, and what is the status of open-box products to set up a specific website for. Those items that are returned to the after-sales services unit within the 7-day Digikala return service period will receive various services. Some of these products with problems, including the packaging, physical or partial defects, are diagnosed as the open-box items, which we aim to sell at a lower price, depending on the extent of damage, on a website operating under Digikala. Therefore, the Open Box project was launched at Digikala.
Content and SEO Expert at Lavan Advertising and Marketing Center, Sep. 2014-Oct. 2015
Lavan is an advertising and marketing center for the Espeero and Farassoo Corporate Group. However, it operates completely independently and works as a professional advertising center, providing consultancy and campaigns to the Iranian and foreign companies. My responsibilities also extend to the creation of physical and digital content, including texts, graphics and infographics, marketing ideas, businesses’ marketing strategies, goal setting, and online and offline marketing.
Marketing and Online Sales Director of Farassoo and Espeero Corporate Group, Mar. 2010-Oct. 2015
I worked as an expert of corporate and government, mega-stores and large stores sales, and launched the online sales at Farassoo Company. I also collaborated with more than 35 online stores, including Digikala, Chare, Albasco, Bamilo and other types of online stores over 4 years. As the marketing and online sales director, I launched and created content for, and administrated the social networks of Farassoo and Espeero Corporate Group, directed the offline and online marketing campaigns, created digital content for all the products in line with the objectives of the group, carried out digital marketing campaigns and launched advertising campaigns, directed the online sales and created the content of Lavan stores called MyLavan, and performed all the online tasks of Farassoo and Espeero Corporate Group.
Senior Expert of After-Sales Services Unit at Farassoo Computer Industries Company, May. 2007-Mar. 2011
I started my career at Farassoo as a technical expert of after-sales services unit. Farassoo provides one of the best service guarantees in the IT industry; therefore, it was a great opportunity for me to initiate my career. As an expert, senior expert and the after-sales services support supervisor, I was supposed to troubleshoot and repair all types of electronic components and computer accessories, answer customer service calls over the phone and in person, establish direct connections with customers, provide services to organizations and companies, and suggest service solutions to the companies. My four-year presence in the after-sales services unit has enhanced my skills of real-time negotiation, improved my professional behavior towards the customer, and made me more patient while providing services and dealing with customer affairs.
IT infrastructure support expert at Iranian Informatics Development Group, Aria Sasol Company, Asaluyeh, Aug. 2006-May 2007
As a trainee at the Informatics Development Company, I was the expert in charge for Sahand Systems hardware and software support at Aria Sasol Company which is the largest producer of ethylene in the Middle East and the third largest producer of it in the world, with a South African origin. I was the expert in charge for the installation, maintenance, monitoring, and repair of the systems and networks of the company.
IT support officer at Sadrafan Pardaz Knowledge-Based Company, Jan. 2006-Sep. 2006
Provision, installation, and support of systems and networks at the company which is affiliated to Tehran Metro Company
Technical expert of the Iranian Behnam Jahan Company, a subsidiary of the Iran Khodro Group, Mar, 2004-Jan. 2006
Performing electro-technical affairs, repairs and assemblies of kits and circuits, and assembling machine parts such as diodes, relays and the like.
Positions of Interest:
Offline and Digital Marketing Consultancy
Professional content creation and advertorial
Providing textual and graphic ideas for different occasional campaigns
Creating, empowering and expanding social media platforms and active participation in cyberspace
Developing corporate and government, online, mega-store, sub-branches and whole sales
Determining strategies to make startups and small, late-return businesses profitable
Setting up customer relationship management (CRM) systems for after-sales services and presenting professional solutions regarding customer affairs
To find more information about me and see examples of work I have done, just google my name in Persian “مهران فره راز” or in English “Mehran Farahraz”.
The last word:
Nearly 16 years of opportunity for holding various positions in the after-sales services, sales, marketing and e-commerce business up to 2017 and working in the most powerful companies, next to the IT industry masters, helped me generate the best and most innovative ideas. Moreover, my extensive experience in social networking service has uniquely connected me to each industry, through which I am able to develop new teams and businesses, and provide consultancy to large companies. Therefore, I am interested in participating in any related activities and collaborating with those working in these fields. Sharing and creating new ideas can drive innovation, and I would love to be part of this.
My cell phone number and email address are included. I look forward to the opportunity to discuss my request further. If possible, please set up an appointment on your calendar through email.
The minimum desired salary excluding taxes and health insurance premiums and including the benefits of good working conditions, supplemental insurance, long-term contract and value-added services is expected to be 7 million Iranian toman.