The Main Barriers to Export from The Free Trade Zones (Case Study of I.R.IRAN)

  •  Seyed Morteza Safavi    


Currently, future industrial development is contingent upon free zones, where the export of industrial goods, expansion of international trade, generation of new job opportunities and subsequent decrease in unemployment occurred. Free economic zones of the Islamic Republic of Iran were also established with the aim of cultural, economic and social plans to connect to international markets. The aim of this article is to focus on the main barriers that exist to export from the free trade zones in the country. In order to understand how Iranian exporters surmount obstacles and other variables including barriers related to human resources, financial issues and the market in free trade zones, we investigated the existing relationship and variables involved in export boost. The results obtained indicated that in developing markets, firms lack the essential managerial obligations to export and meet demands of the foreign market. Thus, major significant managerial capabilities and competencies are required for recognition of export barriers by adopting the best possible strategies.

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