KABUL: A delegation of private entrepreneurs composed of businessmen and industrialists called on the vice president Mohammad Younus Qanooni and briefed him about their problems.
According to BNA, the delegation expressed concerns that their businesses are facing with stagnation.
Counting the reasons, some of the businessmen in the meeting said that not signing of Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with America and lingering the election process are among the main reasons that have affected the business and economic activities in the country and hoped that holding presidential runoff to bring an end to their concerns. The businessmen also said that lack of economic policy in the country is another reason that has created problem for private entrepreneurs in the fields of trade and industry, expressing hope the next government to draft economic policy and implement it. Members of the delegation called upon the vice president to find solution for their problems. Speaking in the meeting, the vice president lauded the role of national traders alongside the government very important and assured that no obstacle can block the presidential runoff and it will be held with the participation of millions of people. The Kabul Times