Afghan trade community promises the boost of investments if peace talks reach to a successful ending.

Limited peace is one of the factors affecting economies in many war-torn regions globally.

According to Tolonews, representatives of private business sectors have voiced their support for increased economic investment in the country.

They demand the government should consider their role in the nation’s development plans once peace is fully established.

“If peace comes, then we are ready to increase our investment,” said Sakhi Ahmad Paiman, the deputy head of Afghanistan Chambers Federation.  

The private sectors are able to provide job opportunities which will increase the public’s annual incomes, a founding member of the Biruni institute emphasized.

The Intra-Afghan dialogue agenda should include the roles and problems of private sectors and the matter should also be discussed upon.

The Afghan government is reported to put much focus on the major economic projects amid peace negotiations.

The Afghan private sectors remain optimistic in relation to a lasting peace and are ready to boost their investments once stability is assured.


  • Mohammad Haroon Alim holds a BBA degree from Kardan University. He works as a sub-editor for Khaama Press.