Afghan economic experts identify challenges facing the private sector
The challenges outlined would be then presented to the presidential candidates to incorporate them in their economic plans for the country.
The participants identified administrative corruption as one of the main hurdles to the development of the private sector.
ACCI deputy chief executive Khan Jan Alokozay said the private sector would support a presidential candidate who would work to curb corruption.
Meanwhile, Director of Harakat organization, Nasim Akbar, called for investment to boost economic growth.
He said local and foreign investment depended on the level of corruption, law implementation and access to financial resources, energy and land.
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