", says the economic affairs deputy of Kermanshah governor. He adds," We may make advantages in ten other cases." Mr. Hatami further remarks," A value chain refers to a set of small businesses which make senses together and they are capable of creating added values multiple times." While citing some additional support for the area, he states,"Kermanshah contains capacities for creating value chains and developing small industries based on some ascertained project we have gradually planned for each of them; we have also decided that the chains may lead to employing jobless residents significantly and bringing forth proper incomes." The deputy puts Kermanshahi oil, rice bread, honey, rug, carpet, and light cotton summer shoe productions and the extention of turkey farms on the agenda in the form of some value chains. The most important thing people ought to do in these chains is the attention they have to pay to the issue of instruction so as to become successful. He believes that authorities intend to train some skillful and well-instructed individuals in the chains so that they could turn Kermanshah into the important hub of the west of lran in some chains including honey, wool and turkey productions. Mr. Hatami emphasizes," To prevent any possible damages to the value chains, we have approved that some companies should be established to carry out veterinary activities so as to avoid facing with the health and sanitation problems in the area." Finally, he maintains that the value chains are able to create synergy and adds,"We have provided some individuals with trainings in specific dusciplines, invite and support them by the license issuance and the representation of bank loans."