Ministry of Commerce and Industries of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

Welcome To MoCI Afghanistan

Mr. Humyoon Rasaw comes from an intellectual family; He was born in 1966 in Ghazni Province. He completed his primary and secondary education from Ghazi high school, Kabul. Mr. Rasaw holds Bachelor’s degree in Natural Science from Kabul University and Master’s degree in Information Technology from University of Preston. Read More


Biography of Mr. Mohammad Qurban Haqjo Deputy Minister for Commerce
Mr. Mohammad Qurban Haqjo is the current Deputy Minister for Commerce at the Ministry of Commerce and Industries of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. He is an economic expert and a change driven leader with the vision of transforming Afghanistan into an economic hub across the region and beyond. He also envisions integrating Afghanistan to regional and international markets, thereby, lead the country from a consuming economy to an exporting source. Read More

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While there is growing demand for imports in Afghanistan, Afghanistan has relatively few tradable exports. Exports have nonetheless increased by around 40 per cent in 2013. In terms the imbalance in trade figures, it is not likely that such may be corrected during the short-term. Major imports such as finished goods like cars, TVs, computers, etc cannot be manufactured locally, while exports capacity cannot grow instantly. Read More


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