Afghan presidential candidate Ghani plans for a robust economy
He said his main focus would be on agriculture, irrigation, railway system, airports development, elimination of red tape, better investment opportunities, promoting Afghan local products like Carpet and creation of ports for the exports of Afghan goods.
He added that the national unity would be under threat in the absence of a robust economy and promised provision of security and protection to minerals of Afghanistan.
High quality banking system, rehabilitation of main cities, and transparent management of foreign aid are in his priorities as well.
Dr. Abdullah Abdullah’s economic policy is to change the country from a consumption economy to a production economy through agricultural growth, mines extractions and construction and other sectors that have the potential to boost the nation’s incomes.
He has also insisted on expansion of industrial townships in provinces and foreign investment attraction.
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