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Afghanistan Ships 50 Tonnes of Dried Fruits to Canada via Land

Afghanistan sends off 50 tonnes of dried fruits worth more than $500,000 from Kabul to Canada through land for the first time.

Devastation as 500 tanker blast destroys Afg-Iran customs post

A catastrophic explosion and fire at an Afghan customs depot has destroyed hundreds of fuel tankers and caused …

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Working Group 1

Financial sector development

This working group focuses on facilitating access to finance, developing the insurance sector, improving business…

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Working Group 2

Agribusiness and export development

This working group focuses on agri-business value chains, export development, increasing market share…

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Working Group 3

Investment Facilitation and Promotion

This working group focuses on attracting domestic and foreign investment and is tasked with progress on…

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Working Group 4

Trade and Industrial Development

This working group focuses on Trade facilitation and Industrial Development by identifying challenges, initiation…

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Working Group 5

Legal

This working group focuses on facilitating the process of regulatory changes and amendments to the laws proposed by other working groups…

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Doing Business in Afghanistan

Taken from the World Bank Website

Reforms Implementation Overview

Financial Sector Development (WG1)

Reduce banks’ security costs (20% of all security contract) to allow financial institutions expand their branches and reduce service charges (60%)
Develop Banks’ Resolution Framework (50%)

Agribusiness and Export Development (WG2)

Implementation of 6% subsidies for exporting carpet endorsed by HEC (63%)
Finalization of new export procedure, temporary export of gold procedure and precious and semi-precious stone procedure (56%)

Investment Facilitation and Promotion (WG3)

Modify multiple tax identification number (TIN) distribution processes fo individuals and Companies (100%)
Renew the Private Investment Law (80%)

Trade and Industrial Development (WG4)

Setup  surveillance cameras on key customs activities in all customs/ports (54%)
Establish and activate a preliminary analysis committee for applicants that requests access to land in industrial parks in all economic zones of the country (50%)

Legal (WG5)

Review and get endorsed Anti- Subsidy law and Anti – Dumping law to protect domestic industries and use benefit of WTO (100%)
Process and Get Endorsed the new Insurance law (40%)

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