Participating in the Reform of the Law of
Maximum Use of Internal Capabilities
The law covers ministries, governmental (or government-affiliated) agencies, and public non-governmental organizations. Given that the public sector alone accounts for more than 20% of the country's economy, amending the law can have a significant impact on the prosperity of production and employment and lead to an increase in the country's economic growth rate.
The pathology of the “Law of Maximum Use of Internal Capabilities” indicates that determining an accurate index to measure the degree of internalization is one of the important infrastructures, which has been neglected in the law. Therefore, domestic producers have always been evaluated based on expert visits, which are corrupted and inaccurate methods.
Consequently, there is no clear picture of the Iranian product and company in the country which can lead to circumventing the laws. In contrast, the systemic methods have been noticed in many countries of the world. For example, WTO member countries have addressed this issue under the heading of Rules of Origin.