عنوان مقاله [English]
According to the national vision of the country twenty years, the overall economic policies of resistance to jihadist approach, flexibility, opportunity, and leading was notified. The overall economic structure of the resistance from the Leader of the heads of the three branches and the head of the Expediency Council was notified on 24 paragraphs. Therefore, Paragraphs 3, 5, 10, 11 overall economic policy of strength in the location, survey, installation and support of recycling and papers of ships and authorities is considered the supreme leader. So, the first segment of this paper, the author endeavors to describe about the required Conventions related to the safe and sound ship recycling activities. The IMO has in 2009 adopted the Hong Kong International Convention in this regards, the Hong Kong Convention needs to be ratified by at least 15 major flag and recycling countries in order to enter into force. In March 2010, the Parties of the Basel Convention adopted the assessment which was submitted by the EU as "An assessment of the link between the IMO Hong Kong Convention for the safe and environmentally sound recycling of ships, the Basel Convention and the EU waste shipment regulation". After reviewing the related Conventions, the next part of this article is designated to evaluate the creation of a ship recycling yard at the Iran Southern Ports with a focus on the Arvand Free Zone in order to increase the Iran’s economic growth. It should be noted that in this research, the Kolmogorov –Smirnov test was used to test for normality of the distribution, samples are standardized and compared with a standard normal distribution. As result of that for the statistical hypothesis test which the test statistic follows a Student's
t-distribution under the null hypothesis, therefore the research variables verified by the Binomial test.
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