English | دری

China Monopolizing Yuan-Denominated Payment Cards

The World Trade Organization (WTO) has ruled that China has broken one of WTO rules by discriminating against foreign card companies and maintaining a monopoly on yuan-denominated payment cards. China UnionPay is allowed to process domestic currency transactions, limiting foreign

Read More

Foreign Investment Slumps in China

Foreign direct investment into China fell 6.9% in June from a year earlier as the economy slows. China is growing at its slowest pace in three years. For the first six months of the year, foreign investment declined 3% from

Read More

HSBC vulnerable to launder drug money

The US Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations released a report disclosing Europe’s largest bank, HSBC, being used to launder dirty money from around the world. Drug money from Syria, Iran, Mexico, and Cayman Islands have certainly passed through the bank

Read More

Kabul Residents Complain about Food Price Inflation

Kabul residents are once again complaining about the food price inflation They are concerned that as the month of Ramadan is approaching, Afghan traders and shopkeepers are once again selling foods in high prices, and they do not know the

Read More

Afghanistan’s problem is not Money but lack of Human Capital

Lack of professional individuals and proper management of projects are the main obstacles to the development of infrastructure in the country. Building, Water and Energy Consultant to the President Yusuf Pashtoon spoke in an international conference on infrastructure in Afghanistan

Read More

AGO to investigate AISA Experts’ Resignation

The Council of Ministers referred the collective resignation of 7 AISA experts to Attorney General Office (AGO) for investigation. The experts include Baryalai Malyar, Omar Joya, Dr. Roohullah Ahmadzai, Ghulam Rabbai Mansoor, Suleiman Akbari, Mir Taufiq Ansari and Abdul Ghafar

Read More