English | دری

Services and construction sector declining in Kabul, Mazar and Kandahar-ACCI report

in Afghan Business

Services and construction sector declining in Kabul, Mazar and Kandahar-ACCI report

According to a recent report by the Afghan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) with collaboration from a German organization, construction and service sector have slowed down in Kabul, Mazar-e-Sharif and Kandahar City this year, compared with 2012.

The manufacturing sector, on the other hand, has demonstrated better prospects and has been relatively least affected by direct consequences of reduced international aid. Government’s new investment policies could also be a factor behind the favorable results of the sector.

The report further adds that the business environment in Kabul was less auspicious than last year, but the situation in Balkh province was far better.

The current security situation and uncertainty for the next six months have resulted in a declining investor satisfaction level in Kandahar City, where the investor satisfaction level was much lower than in Kabul and Mazar, as per the report.

Related Articles

Kabul streets get overdue facelift

By Pamela Constable The Washington Post KABUL — On an ordinary weekday, the streets of Kabul are choked with traffic,

ADB pledges USD 1 billion to support Afghanistan’s energy sector

Addressing the international academic seminar on Energy Security of Afghanistan and Region held in Kabul, Asian Development Bank (ADB) Country

Chaos over the ownership of Lapis Minerals in Badakhshan finally ends

Two armed groups were fighting for three weeks in Keran Munjan district of Badakhshan over the control of Lapis-Lazuli in

1 comment

Write a comment
  1. Aman
    Aman 2 December, 2013, 13:48

    thanks you i have constriction company.

    Reply this comment

Write a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.