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Ministry of Finance Afghanistan

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October 14, 2009 – Ministry of Communication and IT (MCIT), the lead organization in the country in the deployment and implementation of Information and Communication Technology. (ICT) within the government and promotion of its use in the Afghan society, has now achieved yet another historical and mission critical project – the establishment of the Afghanistan National Data Center (ANDC). The ANDC will be providing a backbone for the Electronic Government (e-Gov) program. The ANDC will host country’s electronic data in a state-of-art infrastructure and secure environment for better management, reliable storage ...
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Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Ministry of Finance Strategic Plan ...
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has a clearly defined role serving the government and people of Afghanistan, in terms of mobilizing revenue and managing government finances. To efficiently undertake these functions, the Ministry prepared a five year strategic plan in 1384 and much progress has been made in the past three years towards establishment of an effective and transparent public financial management system as well as in tax reforms and increase of the domestic revenues. MoF developed the MTFF and MTBF (Annex B), which has been approved by the cabinet and parliament. As part of the MTBF, budget ceilings for the operating ... market research, surveys and trends
Louis Belanger: The Future of Afghanistan -- What's next?
World leaders from over 70 nations and organizations met in Kabul today to discuss the future of Afghanistan -- but the real question, says Oxfam's Ashley Jackson, is what, if anything, happens next? Today's Kabul Conference lasted approximately six hours, with four-minute speeches by each delegate. While today's proceedings may have been well choreographed, they offered little more than recycled promises. Each of the nine international conferences on Afghanistan in the past nine years have increasingly focused on creating the appearance of progress without actually demonstrating any. Conference after conference ... market research, surveys and trends

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Poverty, unemployment driving Afghanistan towards instability ...
The war-torn Afghanistan has experienced a deadliest year in 2008 since the collapse of Taliban regime in late 2001 as so far this year more than 4,000 people including 1,445 civilians have been killed. Up to 18 million people in Afghanistan live on less than US$2 a day and are considered food-insecure, FAO says. Driving factors towards increasing instability, according to Afghans, is high rate of unemployment and poverty in the war-wrecked country. Many of those fighters joining Taliban insurgents are illiterate tribal people, young seminarians and low educated jobless youths. "If I fail to find job I would have no choice ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
THE FIRST ECO MINISTERIAL MEETING
May 5, 2004 ... FDI surged by more than 100 percent, from US$ 385 million in 2001 to US$ 823 ..... of Revenue and Customs, Ministry of Finance, Afghanistan. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Louis Belanger: What Happens Next in Afghanistan?
World leaders from over 70 nations and organizations met in Kabul today to discuss the future of Afghanistan – but the real question, says Oxfam’s Ashley Jackson, is what – if anything – happens next? Today’s Kabul Conference lasted approximately six hours, with four-minute speeches by each delegate. While today’s proceedings may have been well choreographed, it offered little more than recycled promises. Each of the nine international conferences on Afghanistan in the past nine years have increasingly focused on creating the appearance of progress without actually demonstrating any. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Afghan govt wants donors to support its priorities
KABUL, Afghanistan — At an international conference on Tuesday, the Afghan government will ask donors to put 80 percent of aid money behind programs that the Afghans — not foreign capitals — deem important to development. It's a high-stakes meeting for the Kabul government, which wants to show the world leaders attending that it's making strides toward running its own affairs. Displaying a new streak of independence, Afghan officials are seeking to take the driver's seat to guide their nation out of three decades of conflict. Having spent billions and lost so many troops in nearly nine years ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Applying for an exemption from taxation - Guide 07 – Applying for ...
Ministry of Finance, Afghanistan Revenue. Department, Taxpayer Assistance Team. For more information or assistance visit the. Afghanistan Revenue Department ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Afghanistan and the United States launch new US$92 M Economic ...
"Our partners - the Ministry of Finance, Commerce, the Central Bank, and the Parliament's Economic Committee - are committed to improving the environment for doing business and to improving services for the Afghan people. In turn, we are committed to helping realize their vision for Afghanistan's people," said Deputy Secretary of State Jacob Lew Kabul, Afghanistan September 8, 2009 - Afghanistan and the United States today together launched a new $92M, five-year economic reform partnership, the Economic Growth & Governance Initiative (EGGI). The initiative will provide technical assistance to key Afghan ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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WikiAnswers - What are the main exports of Afghanistan
In southern and eastern Afghanistan grapes, oranges, melons, pomegranates, apricots, peaches and many other varieties of fruits of the highest quality are produces. Both fresh and dried fruits are exported. They are traditionally exported to India and Pakistan. Shipments of dried fruits also go to the Russia Federal Republic, Byelorussia, U.K., Czech, United Arab Emirates and the United States. Grazing is also of great importance in the economy. The major sheep product exports are wool, and highly prized Karakul skins. Mineral wealth is virtually undeveloped, except for natural gas. There are deposits of iron ore, coal, copper, ...
What is the education like in afghanistan? - Yahoo! Answers
As soon as they indoctrinate the children they can begin their education.Hay didn't our president try that in our schools until we pulled his covers. There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register . Education in Afghanistan was significantly improved under the rule of King Zahir Shah (from 1933 to 1973),[1] making primary schools available to about half the population who were younger than 12 years of age, and expanding the secondary school system and the national university at Kabul.[citation needed] Despite those improvements, large percent of ...