General Directorate of Trade Policy is responsible to develop strategy, roadmap, and benchmarks to improve trade balance of Afghanistan.
Besides,pursues increasing exports, international transit system and corridors,conducts analytical researches, studies and develops efficient trade policies and policy recommendations,and overall efforts of this unit is aimed to enhance Afghanistan’s participation in global trading system.
The vision is to have modern & internationally competitive industries. Our core function is to build infrastructure at industrial parks and develop policies, benchmarks, and procedures for industrialization of the following sectors: 1 primary sector, 2 light industries, and 3 heavy industries.
We welcome both national and international investors, to look at investment opportunities across Afghanistan, we have enabled environment to accommodate huge investments, creating a protected and favorable environment for investors with flat corporate tax rate, 100% foreign ownership and no restriction on capital repatriation, minimum tariff to import raw material.
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End of the workshop expressing comments and suggestions regarding the necessary amendments in the text of the APTTA Agreement
A two-day workshop on expressing comments and suggestions regarding the necessary amendments to the text of the APTTA Agreement was held under the chairmanship of H.E
Contract for the land sell to 27 industrial-production factories between the General Directorate of Industrial Parks and Industrial Affairs of the Ministry
A two-day workshop on commenting and suggestions on the necessary amendments to the text of the APTTA Agreement
A two-day workshop on commenting and suggestions on the necessary amendments to the text of the APTTA Agreement, chaired by H.E Nisar Ahmad
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Under the overall supervision of the IT Director, Senior MIS Specialist will have responsibility of designing and development of software; updating and maintenance work related to MIS . . .
Establish and maintain a list/database of all women owned enterprises in the targeted communities (Kabul and Provinces). Stakeholder Engagement: Conduct meetings, conference and round . . .
Collecting and analyzing supply chain data Coordinating with other professionals to implement changes and new systems Develop requirements and standards (e.g. packaging, procurement, . . .
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Islamic Republic of Afghanistan 1-Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MOIC) Kabul, Afghanistan International Competitive Bidding (ICB)
Request for Expression of Interest Procuring Entity: Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MOIC) Name of the Project: Marketing promotional material for Afghanistan Exporting products Ref . . .
Procuring Entity Ministry of industry and commerce ( MOIC) Budget code AFG-250157 Project Name Feasibility study of industrial parks in Ghazni, Nimruz , Takhar and Laghman Provinces. . . .