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Mashreghi H, Nahavandi N, Amin Naseri M R. Prioritizing of Production Fields in Machinery Industries by Topsis and AHP Methods for Preparing Iran Accession Plan to World Trade Organization (WTO). Journal title 2011; 22 (2) :127-143
URL: http://ijiepm.iust.ac.ir/article-1-650-en.html
Corresponding Author, Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering,Tarbiat Modares University , n_nahavandi@modares.ac.ir.
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  Accession to WTO (World Trade Organization) is the most important facets of globalization, that causes free trade. Although this way empowers economical fields but would make vast bankrupts and unemployment, so the main strategy is defending from priorities in accession. Iran membership was accepted by WTO in 2005 and it is preparing action plans based on production priorities. Machinery industries with the most value added has main role in industrial priorities so the main contribution of this research is determining priorities in machinery industry. For achieving this goal after literature review we ran a Topsis model by expert opinions. The other contribution of this research is utilization of economical, social and environmental factors that make our analysis more applicable than former models (like Porter). With comparison by AHP results, finally four clusters appeared: leader, developing, reviewing and weak production groups that makes a regular base for accession plan to WTO.

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