Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Chaired by Second Vice President, Mohammad Karim Khalili the economic committee of the council of ministers held session discussing problems of craftsmen and industrialists of the country, his office said.
Presidential press office issued a statement to the BNA as saying that at the meeting, head of Afghanistan chamber of commerce and industries discussed the problems of the merchants and asked for solution from the organs concerned, the statement said.
The head of national craftsmen also spoke at the meeting and asked for the solution of their problems and called lack of supporting fund for micro and middle enterprises the main problem faced by the craftsmen in the country.
After discussing some issues such as municipality taxes, price of investment licenses etc, head of chamber of commerce and industries also discussed a number of proposals.
The Second Vice President, Mohammad Karim Khalili heard the entire proposals of the meeting members and called them too prolific in economic development, reduction of unemployment and in general creation of stability in the country.
The committee obliged the commission, the members of which were the deputies for the ministries of finance, commerce and the Kabul Municipality and representatives from the chamber of commerce and industries, AISA led by economy minister to present the report in the next economic committee meeting after full focus and analyses over the issues.