Publish dateThursday 1 June 2023 - 14:05
Story Code : 271061
The growth of industry and agriculture paves the way for Afghanistan
The head of the Chamber of Industries and Mines of Balkh province says that for the self-sufficiency of the country, more work needs to be done in the industry and agriculture sectors, because this will provide employment opportunities for the people and also cause the development of the country's economy.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Balkh: Imamuddin Sanaizada, head of the Chamber of Industries and Mines of Balkh province, told Ava reporter about the reduction of customs tariff on tractors imported from Pakistan, which was recently implemented by the government: Simultaneously with the establishment of the Islamic Emirate in Afghanistan has reduced taxes on industrialists and businessmen's investment; Because the main goal of the Islamic Emirate is to attract attention and encourage businessmen to invest in the country.
He added: "Recently, the government has reduced the tax on imported tractors in the country in a very worthy move, which benefits the farmers and agriculture of the country." Because the growth of agriculture and industry means economic growth and job creation in the country.
Sanaizadeh stated: Although investment inside the country has increased compared to the past, as many national and foreign businessmen are interested in investing inside Afghanistan, but this work alone is not enough and we must be more active in the economic field.
In the meantime, Haji Wahidullah, one of the importers of tractors and agricultural machinery in Mazar-e-Sharif, tells AVA that the government's support for those businessmen who have invested in the field of agriculture means support for the farmers and the country's agricultural process, and we I welcome the tax reduction on tractors and we ask the officials to reduce the tax on other agricultural tools as well.
According to the sellers of agricultural machinery, the price of an average tractor in the country is more than one and a half million Afghanis, which most farmers cannot afford and the majority of farmers are forced to rent it.
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