English | دری

'Get Rich by 2014'!

  Afghanistan’s Squandered Foreign Aid Has Young Businessmen Worried About Future KABUL, Afghanistan — About three years ago, Abdul Fattah grew tired of seeing his cousins driving fancy cars, impressing girls and earning the respect of strangers, and decided it

Read More

‘Get Rich by 2014’!

  Afghanistan’s Squandered Foreign Aid Has Young Businessmen Worried About Future KABUL, Afghanistan — About three years ago, Abdul Fattah grew tired of seeing his cousins driving fancy cars, impressing girls and earning the respect of strangers, and decided it

Read More

Rising Economic Concerns for Pakistan in the Coming Year

A number of news sources in the West have reported that Pakistan would most likely face serious economic problems in the coming year and might not be able to fulfill their obligations towards other countries. According to the resources, economic

Read More

Afghans Complain about oil price increase

According to reports, Afghan households are unhappy about soaring oil prices in the country. Although the government has repeatedly spoken about making efforts to decrease oil prices, a large of people, taxi drivers in particular, complain about high prices of

Read More

President Karzai calls for strengthening of carpet industry

As the concerns over discoloring of Afghan carpets and receding condition of the carpet industry have increased, President Karzai has called on all Afghans to cooperate in strengthening the industry. President Karzai in his latest statement on radio, which was

Read More

India growth rate slows to 5.3% in first quarter

Indian economy grew at the slowest rate since 2003 in the first three months of 2012, due to a widening trade gap and poor investment. India’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 5.3% in the quarter compared with a year

Read More

Eurozone Unemployment at 11%

Unemployment in the eurozone was 11% in April, unchanged from March, but still the highest since records began in 1995. Spain had the highest rate in the eurozone at 24.3%, while Austria had the lowest at 3.9%, according to the

Read More