Afghanistan prepares 10-year economic plan
Hukum Khan Habibi, the economy minister of Afghanistan, said the country has launched a 10-year economic transformation program to fight back economic difficulties deriving from the unrest.
Naming peace as the core factor for trade, Habibi said roots for economic order are needed for peace in exchange.
The Afghanistan economy has developed significantly since 2002 due to the infusion of billions of dollars in international assistance and investment. The contribution of Afghan expats also contributed to the development.
The country’s gross domestic product stands at about $34 billion with an exchange rate of $19.85 billion, and the GDP per capita is about $1,150.