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IMF projects Afghanistan’s GDP at 2.5% for 2018

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected Afghanistan’s GDP for 2018 at 2.5% and inflation is forecasted to average about 5% in 2018. “Afghanistan’s GDP growth for 2018 is projected at 2.5 percent, the same rate as recorded in 2017,

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Afghanistan’s economy since 2002

According to a report by BBC, Afghanistan has witnessed a 70% increase in its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) since 2002. The GDP has increased from USD 3bn in 2002 to USD 20bn in 2012. The central bank’s foreign exchange reserves

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What is there to be done to increase Afghanistan’s GDP?

The Afghan economy has been consistently in a low state from a historical perspective since 1960s. Afghanistan has had a traditional economic system until the invasion of the former Soviet Union. When the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, the country experienced

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Update on Afghanistan’s Economy-World Bank Report

One year into the transition process, Afghanistan sustains robust economic growth. An exceptional harvest, supported by the launch of first large-scale mining activities, increased real GDP growth from 7.3 percent to an estimated 11.8 percent in 2012. Inflation dropped to

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Update on Afghanistan's Economy-World Bank Report

One year into the transition process, Afghanistan sustains robust economic growth. An exceptional harvest, supported by the launch of first large-scale mining activities, increased real GDP growth from 7.3 percent to an estimated 11.8 percent in 2012. Inflation dropped to

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UK’s support for Afghanistan’s award winning tax project

The Secretary of State for International Development, Justine Greening and the Afghan Finance Minister, Omar Zakhilwal announced a new phase of UK support to an award-winning Afghan tax project on Tuesday in Kabul. The project will support the self-reliance agenda

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Afghanistan’s economic growth dropped by 5.7% in 2011

According to the Asian Development Bank’s latest report, Afghanistan’s economic growth is reduced by 5.7% mainly caused by decline in agricultural production due to constant droughts. As per the report, expenses of the private sector associated with more frequent flow

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