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Afghan Intellectuals Explore Development Potential in Afghanistan during 2014-24

Kabul, Afghanistan, April 04, 2013—Today, more than a hundred Afghan intellectuals gathered at the first Fulbright Alumni Conference to explore challenges and opportunities during the Afghanistan decade of development 2014-24 at Kabul Intercontinental Hotel. The daylong conference aims to contribute

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Afghanistan Faces “Massive Economic Constriction” after U.S. Withdrawal

By Richard Sale: Next year’s drawdown of U.S. forces and decline in U.S. aid will leave in its wake an Afghan political system lacking legitimacy and stability, according to interviews with Afghanistan experts, news reports and congressional studies. Despite receiving

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Afghanistan’s economy victim of Politics – Trying to find hope in hopelessness

By: Suleman Fatimie-Afghans face yet another deadline, 2014.  The uncertainty continues. While the Afghan Government’s international partners want to stabilize and create an “Afghan good enough” environment, many wonder how this is possible with everyone running towards the exit doors.

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Afghan economy post Nato forces

“A debate is heating up between Kabul and Washington over Afghanistan’s economic situation following the withdrawal of US-led forces in 2014. United States has warned Afghans about an impending economic slump after its pull-out by 2014. Aid money would also

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Further efforts to strengthen domestic sources- ACCI

As concerns about Afghanistan’s economic situation after 2014 are rising, Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) emphasize on boosting domestic sources of the country. Speaking at a press conference in Kabul on Wednesday, Head of the ACCI Mohammad Qurban

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Afghanistan’s economy to grow by 5% till 2025: World Bank

The World Bank has predicted that Afghanistan’s economy from today will grow by 5% till 2025. “If the agriculture and natural resource sectors of the economy are well managed, the country will see a growth of 6.7% annually,” a representative

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‘Get Rich by 2014’!

  Afghanistan’s Squandered Foreign Aid Has Young Businessmen Worried About Future KABUL, Afghanistan — About three years ago, Abdul Fattah grew tired of seeing his cousins driving fancy cars, impressing girls and earning the respect of strangers, and decided it

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'Get Rich by 2014'!

  Afghanistan’s Squandered Foreign Aid Has Young Businessmen Worried About Future KABUL, Afghanistan — About three years ago, Abdul Fattah grew tired of seeing his cousins driving fancy cars, impressing girls and earning the respect of strangers, and decided it

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