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Economy Grew Up in 1395 Comparing to Last Years: Annual Report

(Last Updated On: March 20, 2017)

3Officials in Ministry of Commerce and Industry claimed economy of Afghanistan grew up in 1395 comparing to last years, saying about $ 1,5 billion collected from the investments perspective in the country.

Ministry of Commerce and Industry Spokesman Musafir Qoqandi said, “We could sign $ 1,5 billion dollar agreement on investment in Afghanistan, we also gained more achievements on simplifying of the business laws and regulations, more efforts to create business opportunities will be made in the future.”

Amid Officials in Chamber of Commerce and Industry also declared the year of 1395 full of achievements on economy aspect.

Deputy of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Khanjan Alkozai said, “Our country is in state of stagnation, We in general witness low business deals but false economy is moving towards the real economy.”

Amid officials in Ministry of Rural Rehabilitations and Development claimed that 11380 economy projects launched in the year of 1395.

Minister of Rural Rehabilitations and Development Nasir Ahmad Durani said, “Despite of political and security skirmishes, we launched the above mentioned number of economy projects within the country.”

 Meanwhile Chief of  the Craftsmen Union  Sakhi Ahmad Paiman criticized the government for not paying attention to resolve the existed barriers in the year of 1395.

He said, “Years passed, no problem was resolved, having no electricity, lands, poor supporting of the domestic products, none practicing of National Unity Government commitments.”

Economy expert Taj Mohammad Talash said, “We have good capacity and sources on Agriculture, Mines, and Energy, therefore more attentions should be drawn to boost the economy.”

Insecurity, and poor attention of the governmental responsible caused dozens production firms to be closed and thousands workers to be unemployed.

Reported by: Aslam Hejaab

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