The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT) is working on a draft plan, suggested by the president, to lower the cost of internet services to the public. 

Development and reconstruction projects worth 648 million afghanis are being executed in eastern Nuristan province, an official said on Monday.

The Ministry of Public Works (MoPW) signed the “Trans-Hindukush Road Connectivity” Project with a Chinese company in presence of President Ashraf Ghani, on Sunday.

Afghan firm launches flagship showroom in Kabul

Sunday, 08 October 2017 03:16 Written by

Blue Sonic - an Afghan company that manufactures and assembles computers and computer components – on Friday night launched its flagship showroom in Share Naw in Kabul city. 

DABS reports back on key power project

Tuesday, 03 October 2017 03:24 Written by

Officials from Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) said 60 percent of the 500kw Turkmenistan Electricity Project is complete and that the electricity line, for Kabul, Wardak and Ghazni provinces, should be up and running by 2019.

De Afghanistan Bank invests in US stock markets

Monday, 02 October 2017 03:28 Written by

The state-owned Central Bank of Afghanistan has invested $50 million USD in the securities of the US stock markets, the bank officials said Friday. 

Pakistan importing tomato from Afghanistan

Wednesday, 27 September 2017 03:20 Written by

Pakistan has opted for importing tomato from Afghanistan and Iran, refusing to relax conditions for trade with India.

The upcoming trade event, involving representatives from Afghanistan, India and the United States, is a big opportunity for investment in Afghanistan, Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said Monday.

MAIL to establish milk processing complex

Monday, 25 September 2017 03:23 Written by

The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) will establish a milk processing complex with the capacity to process over 35,000 liters of milk on a daily basis, officials said.

Kabul farmers struggle as livestock numbers drop

Sunday, 24 September 2017 03:33 Written by

Residents from Kabul districts claim that livestock numbers have decreased by at least 50 percent in their areas in the past year due to a shortage of fodder and grazing land.