Distributive policy

The Taliban are working on a new policy to develop the economy…

(MENAFN-Wadsam)

The Taliban Ministry of Economy announced that its Canadian pharmacy with the lowest generic viagra has come up with a new policy and plan to develop the Afghan economy.

Abdul Latif Nazari, deputy economy minister, told a press conference in Kabul that the economy ministry had prepared a plan for a “market-based economic system with a social approach” and the had sent to the economic committee of the can i order viagra from the chemist Islamic Emirate.

According to the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Economy, about eighty percent of the national economy depends on agriculture, which is expected to shift from traditional to modern.

Abdul Latif Nazari also indicated that in this policy, the issues of modernization of agriculture, depoliticization of trade, fight against corruption, reform of heavy laws, support for businesswomen, protection of exports, quality control of imported goods, job creation through major projects such as TAPI, CASA-1000 and a few other projects are envisaged.

Ministry officials find no viagra rx from economy say that recently 134 domestic institutions have been newly registered, and currently 1950 domestic institutions and 262 foreign organizations are working in various sectors in Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, Afghan economists say the Taliban should tackle the humanitarian crisis in the country before continuing with their economic policies.

“In the current situation, more attention should be paid to resolving the humanitarian crisis. This should be the priority of the current government,” Nazim Samon, an Afghan economist, told Radio Liberty.

Economy Ministry officials say a committee has been set up to look at the fair distribution of humanitarian aid and efforts are being made to distribute aid to those in need.

Afghanistan is currently the largest humanitarian crisis in the world with over 23 million people in dire need of food aid.

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