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Economic Condition of Afghanistan

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presentation which tells u about the economical condition of Afghanistan and some gPd gNP detail

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Economic Condition of Afghanistan

  1. 1. Economy before soviet invastion • Before the Soviet invasion in 1979, the economy was almost entirely controlled by the government of Afghanistan, with most investments taking place within the public sector  The private sector extended only to agriculture and trade.
  2. 2. Economy of Afghanistan  The economy of Afghanistan has improved significantly since 2002 due to the infusion of billions of dollars in international assistance and investments as well as remittances from Afghan expats  The help that came from expats and outside investments saw this significant increase when there was more political reliability after the fall of the many terrorists groups in the early 2000s like the Taliban. The recent improvement is also due to dramatic improvements in agricultural production and the end of a four-year drought in most of the country.
  3. 3. Trade organizations  SAARC (South Asian Association Regional Cooperation )  ECO (Economic Cooperation Organization )  SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization )  WTO  CURRENCY AFGHANI (AFN)  FISCAL YEAR  21 MARCH
  4. 4. GDP  GDP $22 billions (2014)  Growth 6.40% (2014)  GDP by sector (2011)  Agriculture: 20%  Industry: 25.6%  Services: 54.4%
  5. 5. Different rates of economy  Inflation rate is 6.11% (2014)  Population below poverty line 36% (2009)  Labor forcer 7.512 million (2012)  Labor forcer by occupation (2008)  Agriculture 78.6%  Industry 5.7%  Services 15.7%  Unemployment 8.6% (2015) ( source world bank)
  6. 6. Main industries  small-scale production of textiles, soap, furniture, shoes fertilizer, apparel, food-products, non-alcoholic beverages, mineral water, cement; handwoven carpets; natural gas, coal, copper
  7. 7. External sources  Exports $376 millions  Exports goods  opium, fruits and nuts, Afghan rugs, wool, cotton, hides , pelts and gemstone
  8. 8. Exports partners  Pakistan =33.1%  India =29.1%  Tajikistan=8.7%  United states=5.8%
  9. 9. Imports  6.9billion dollars  imports goods  Machinery , capital goods, petroleum products
  10. 10. Imports partner (2012)  Pakistan 25.8%  United states 17.8%  Russia 8.4%  India 5.5%  Kazakhstan 4.5%  Germany 4.3%
  11. 11.  THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION.

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