AISA slams government for failing to boost investment
The Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA) have slammed the government for failing to remove the obstacles facing investment in the country.
Addressing a press conference in Kabul on Tuesday, AISA chief Mohammad Qurban Haqjo said the government did not take the necessary steps to draw investments in the country.
“The private sector is a key player in reviving the Afghan economy. The government must provide the right conditions for attracting investment in the country and must enhance efforts to resolve the problems of the traders, ” said Haqjo.
Deputy chief of Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) highlighted insecurity and corruption as the main hindrances to the growth of investment in the country and called on the National Unity Government (NUG) to address the issues as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, CEO Abdullah Abdullah assured that necessary measures had been taken to resolve the Afghan traders’ problems.
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