D.Government is authorized to use up to a maximum of fifty percent (50%) of the balance of the foreign currency account throughdomestic banking network and Iranian banks abroad in form of sufficiently guaranteed credit facilities to make investment andpartially finance productive and entrepreneurial projects in industry,mining, agriculture, transportation, services (such as tourism, etc.),technology, information, technical and engineering services in non-governmental sector, whose technical and economic feasibility have been approved by the relevant specialized ministries.
E.A minimum of ten percent (10 %) of the funds in the foreign currency reserve account appropriated to the non-government sector shall be given to the Agricultural Bank (Bank Keshavarzi) in order to enable the bank to grant in form of foreign currency and Rial financing to the non-government sector for investment in feasibly acceptable agricultural schemes as well as in form of working capital in export-based agricultural projects. The principle and interest of these loans will be deposited back in the foreign currency account in form of foreign currency, within the framework of the annual budget.
G, Executive By-law of this article shall be proposed by the State Management and planning Organization, the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Ministry of Economic Affairs and
Finance, and shall meet approval of the Council of Ministers prior to its enforcement.
In order to bring about financial and budgetary discipline during the years of the plan:
A.Government is required to increase the share of expense credits provided through the government non-oil revenues in such a way as to enable the government to meet its expenses entirely through tax
and other non-oil incomes.
B.Compensating the budget deficit through borrowing from the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the banking system is prohibited.