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Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Afghan chambers for commerce and industry have expressed its concern over possible approval of open atmosphere policy for foreign airline companies in the country’s aviation policy. 
It is said Afghan government has decided to expand foreign airline flights to Afghanistan. 
Although Afghan government’s stance has not yet cleared in this regard, but directors for Afghan domestic airline companies in a news conference held on Saturday said if the decision was to be implemented, the Afghan domestic companies would face heavy losses.  While briefing the reporters, Mohammad Qurban Haqjo, general director for Afghan chambers of commerce and industry said, “Afghan government is committed to supporting Afghan domestic private sector, adding if foreign companies get permission in Afghan air; three Afghan domestic companies will probably face with huge losses in the country. 
It is worth mentioning that foreign companies are highly supported by their governments, while Afghan domestic companies are not only supported by their government but also they are facing with various problems as taxes and realities in the country.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Herat (BNA) The incomes of the first six months of the current year of Herat custom house have increased 27 per cent than the six months of the last year. 
Sayed Zaiaulhaq Sakha, head of Herat customer house Dept. said to BNA, the incomes is a sum of Afs 421 million during the mentioned time which show 27 per cent increase than the six last months. 
Sobhanullah Fahim head of financier Dept. of finance ministry in a press conference said that they collect more than 56 per cent taxes from financiers. 
According to him around Afg 15 milliard incomes will be collected from taxes this year. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Second Vice-President Mohammad Karim Khalili chaired the Council of Ministers (CM) meeting yesterday. 
At the meeting views were exchanged on the agenda and two commissions were formed for debating the issues on the agenda. 
As regards the proposal of Ministry of Commerce and Industries of Afghanistan about lack of need for obtaining permission of export of goods by the unions relating to the commercial foundations of the country, the Committee decided that a commission consisting of representatives of the ministries of commerce and industry, economy, finance, agriculture and irrigation and the commerce and industries assess this issue and report their findings to the coming meeting of the CM committee.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Kabul (BNA) The biggest-ever shopping center, a $ 22 million (1,078 million Afghanis) project, was opened in the Afghan capital Kabul, an official said on Monday. 
Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) head, members of parliament and traders participated at the inaugural ceremony for the shopping mall that was inaugurate in Shahr-i-Naw locality. 
Up to $12 million were spent on construction of the eight-storey building, with merchandise worth $10 million. 
The mall has construction, electronic materials, daily-use items and a gym, Mansoor Majeed, the centre owner, told this news agency. 
The center would serve as a great asset in the country’s economic improvement, the ACCI head Mohmmad Qurban Haqjo said. 
He asked the government to ensure security for the capital of traders to encourage other Afghan and foreign investors to invest in the country.  Majeed said he planned establish similar business centers in Herat City, Mazar-i-Sharif, and Jalalabad in the future.

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