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In order to assist Afghanistan in achieving its full export potential, the Afghan Government requested the International Trade Centre
Learn how Afghan trade officials and business representatives are expanding their skills to foster trade-led growth in the country, through a training programme that is part of the Advancing Afghan Trade project implemented by ITC and funded by the European Union.
One of Afghanistan’s most prolific woman businesswomen who is now putting her past experiences and understanding as to what makes businesses flourish in her role…
‘If Afghanistan is able to implement new trade policies and strategies, we will see significant changes in Afghan trade. Afghanistan can become a bridge between Central Asia and South Asia…
From an export perspective, Dr. Faiq believes that traders will adopt higher standards when they realize they can get higher prices in international markets for their goods as long as they comply with import country requirements…
The saffron sector is a new in Afghanistan, around 16 years old, and it has its own problems. Problems include a lack of professional staff, research, no laboratory for quality control…
He speaks about the efforts his ministry has taken to support economic development and export growth in Afghanistan and the key recent technical support ITC has provided in developing a National Trade Policy and National Export Strategy...
She speaks about how greater technical knowledge on the WTO and its rules based approach can not only help her but other officials in their roles to promote Afghan trade.
He speaks further about the need for Afghan trade officials and business representatives to expand their skills to foster trade-led growth in his country, and how his university can play an important role in that.
He explains how developing local capacities to teach trade policy in Afghanistan will help his country.
He speaks about the importance of building Afghanistan’s technical capacity on trade policy issues so as to reap the benefits of his country’s recent accession to the WTO.