The ministry said that over the past four years, it has spent more than 4 billion AFs in this sector.
This collateral will help subsidize business owners needing to qualify for commercial loans.
A number of Kabul residents say the cost of fuel has risen dramatically since the winter arrived.
DABS many powerful figures see the country’s electricity infrastructure as part of their personal revenue source.
Senators have voiced their criticism over the budget saying their demands are never taken into consideration.
Grape farmers urge government to provide cold storage facilities and a better market in order for them to survive.
Investors said a clear and easy process is needed in order for businesses to get loans.
The ministry of transport said ships would soon run between Iran’s Chabahar Free Zone Port and India flying Afghanistan’s flag.
MoRRD officials said the funding would benefit about 500,000 women alone, in rural areas, over the next five years.
Ghani said pine nuts, pistachio nuts and cumin are hidden treasures of Afghanistan.
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