Business Policy Recommendation

Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) and Harakat – Afghanistan Investment Climate Facility Organization jointly organized the Afghanistan National Business Forum on 27 February 2014 at Intercontinental Hotel of Kabul.

Private sector representatives from across the country including business leaders, economists and prominent business and investment specialists gathered in this Forum with an aim to discuss and analyze the barriers that impede the private sector in Afghanistan and recommended possible practical solutions.

The National Forum highlighted the major obstacles in each sector and came up with the practical solution which will be published as a private sector led formulated policy recommendation paper. The recommendation policy paper was presented to the Afghanistan 2014 presidential candidates. In the meantime, this paper was shared with the government, civil society and the international private sector development donors in the country for their specific adherence.

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Public-Private Dialogue on Investment Policy & its Implementation - Suggestion to the Cabinet of the I.R.A

The participants of this national conference that was held to analyze and discuss the Investment Incentives Policy of the Government of Afghanistan on Sunday, 26 January, 2014 in Kabul, presents the following suggestions to the Cabinet of  I.R.A:

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Suggestions of the ACCI in the meeting of private sector representatives with the President Hamid Karzai

In the name of Allah the most merciful and compassionate

Suggestions put forward by the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) to H.E. the President of IR of Afghanistan during his meeting with Private sector representatives.

After the establishment of Market Economy system with respect to articles tenth, eleventh and thirteenth of the constitution, Afghanistan has had considerable achievements in the economic field and one could briefly mention the examples of successful investments took place in the sectors of telecommunication, airline, banking, higher and secondary education, construction, and health services and finally the establishment of associations and popular and legitimate economic institution.

In addition to billions of dollars of investments and creation of millions of jobs, the private sector hasbeen able to bring a positive and undeniable change in the people’s lifestyle.