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Kabul/UNI/Sputnik: The problem of financial and bank payment systems in Afghanistan, which are currently "in disarray", must be resolved quickly to minimise negative impacts on the population, according to a new situation report published by the United Nations Development Program on Monday. more
Afghanistan’s farmers, herders desperate for seed, food and cash

Kabul: “Catastrophic and famine-like conditions” hang over Afghanistan’s farmers and herders, whose needs continue to worsen with the onset of winter, UN humanitarians s ...

China-Afghanistan resumes trade despite no rush in recognizing Taliban govt

China and Afghanistan, a country now ruled by Taliban forces, seem to be resuming trade relationships and it is evident after the arrival of 45 tonnes of Afghan pine nuts at Shanghai&rsqu ...

$667 million funding call to help Afghans through economic crisis

New Yrok: Afghanistan’s economy is imploding, with all but three per cent of households expected to fall below the poverty line in coming months, the UN said on Thursday.

Taliban rule: IMF predicting 30 pct shrink in Afghanistan’s economy

The International Monetary Fund has said in its  latest regional economic report that the gross domestic products of Afghanistan could see a 30 percent contraction after the Taliban ...

Afghanistan Conflict: Airspace revenue drops, airline industry struggles amid Taliban takeover

Experts say the recent suspension of flights has harmed the airline industry and the closing of Afghan airspace has caused revenue to plummet.

IMF says its funds for Afghanistan is 'on hold'

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently announced a $650 billion Special Drawing Rights (SDR) allocation for member countries but Afghanistan, a nation now controlled by Taliban, w ...

Iran's top businessman said exports to Afghanistan down by 85 percent amid Afghan civil war

Tehran: Head of Iran-Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce Hossein Salimi said that Iran’s export’s to Afghanistan has dropped over 85 percent due to the unrest and civil war ...

World Bank assures Afghanistan of continued assistance

The World Bank has assured the Afghan government of its continued assistance within the framework of the commitments made ar last year’s Geneva conference. The assurance came after ...

110,000 Afghans to get jobs in Gulf countries

Over 100,000 Afghans will soon get work visas for jobs in Gulf countries, mainly in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, reported TOLOnews. This is the first time when the Afghan wo ...