The economy of Afghanistan has improved significantly due to the infusion of international assistance, the recovery of the agricultural sector, and service sector growth. Agriculture and Service Sectors are the major factors responsible for economic growth in Afghanistan. Afghanistan is endowed with natural resources, including extensive deposits of natural gas, petroleum, coal, copper, chromite, talc, barites, sulfur, lead, zinc, iron ore, salt, and precious and semiprecious stones. Although opium poppy cultivation and processing are not part of the official economy, they are widely recognized as the most important economic activities in Afghanistan. Opium, fruits and nuts, handwoven carpets, wool, cotton, lambskins (Karakul), and gemstones are the main exports: capital goods, foodstuffs, textiles and other manufactured goods, and petroleum products are the main imports.
|Afghanistan||05-Dec-2013||Provision of Business Development Consultant Service.
|Afghanistan||05-Dec-2013||Provision of Books.
|Afghanistan||05-Dec-2013||Provision of Porta Janda Road Repair,.
|Afghanistan||05-Dec-2013||Provision of Muryani Village Road Repair,.
|Afghanistan||05-Dec-2013||Provision of Murzakhel Road Repair,.
|Afghanistan||05-Dec-2013||Provision of Sound System and LCD TV to UNDP, Afghani.
|Afghanistan||05-Dec-2013||Strategy for Human Resource Management for Supreme Court and Attorney General’s Office.
|Afghanistan||05-Dec-2013||Conducting Training Needs Assessment and Preparation of Detailed Capacity Building Plan for Supreme Court.
|Afghanistan||05-Dec-2013||Provision of Coordination/Operation Officer.
|Afghanistan||05-Dec-2013||Procurement of Purchasing 62,000 Water Meters.