Afghanistan’s central bank sells US dollars to Afghan money exchangers
The dollar was sold at a rate of between 53.80 and 53.83.
Sarai Shahzada is Afghanistan’s largest and historical financial and trading market.
Located in the heart of the Kabul City, Sarai Shahzada serves as the main ground for daily businesses of many Afghan bankers, goldsmiths and precious stone sellers.
The market was founded by late Abdul Aziz Shahzada in 1935.
The National Solidarity Program (NSP) has completed welfare projects in Hazrat Sultan district of northern Samangan province with financial collaboration
The Canadian government is investigating an aid project which helps Afghan children to return to school after the results of
Speaking at the session entitled “Access to Global Markets”, Commerce and Industries Deputy Minister Muzamil Shinwari emphasized on the importance