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Mr. Mohammad Qurban Haqjo, CEO of ACCI Resigns

Mr. Mohammad Qurban Haqjo, CEO of ACCI resigned his position in order to join Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Presidential Candidate in the second round of the elections.

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ACCI Establishes Business Communication Hub

Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries in order to increase the availability of real time information on the local Afghan business environment, provide opportunities for increased U.S.-Afghan business communications and showcase success stories in the Afghan business context has built Business Communications Hub with the financial support of US Department of Commerce.

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The ACCI New Survey Reveals that Small and Medium Businesses, Especially in Construction and Services Sectors are VeryVulnerable to the Climate and Seasonal Changes

According to this Business Tendency survey, the business climate for SMEs in Kabul, Balkh and Kandahar has sharply improved, while larger companies are even more positive compared to the last survey (October 2013).

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Afghanistan’s Exports Increase by 33 Percent in 1392 Solar Year

Despite existence multiple challenges facing exports of Afghanistan, but have increased significantly in 1392 Solar Year in comparing last year.

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ACCI Organizes Awareness Conference on TIR System

Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) organized an Awareness Conference on TIR system (International Transport System) by participating respective government bodies, transport companies, exporters and importers.

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The 4th Afghan – Turk International Expo

Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) and Afghan – Turkish Industrialists & Traders Association (ATSIAD) held jointly the 4th Afghan – Turk International Expo on 15 – 18 April 2014 in Kabul in following up the three previous exhibitions.

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Afghanistan National Business Forum

Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) and Harakat – Afghanistan Investment Climate Facility Organization jointly organized the Afghanistan National Business Forum. Private sector representatives from across the country, including business leaders, economists and prominent business and investment specialists gathered in this Forum with an aim to discuss and analyze the barriers that impede the private sector in Afghanistan and recommended possible practical solutions.

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Insecurity, Lack of Infrastructure (Especially The Lack of Power) Are The Major Bottleneck For The Business

ACCI Bottleneck survey signifies that security remains a major problem for the private sectors. Other challenges are lack of access to land, too sophisticated and not transparent tax system, and excessive collateral requirements for public tenders.

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Public Private Dialogue on Investment Incentive Policy and its Implementation

Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) organized an opportunity for public and private sectors to discuss on existing economic circumstance especially on recent economic policy which was approved five months ago by government but not yet implemented, Investment Incentive Policy.

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