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BAZAR: World Bank’s Aid To Afghanistan Discussed

According to the World Bank, there is the possibility that economic growth in the country could slump next year in the face of elections and drought.

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) and the World Bank (WB) on Monday signed a new package of grant agreements aimed at supporting the Afghan government’s reform agenda. The agreements, valued at around $300 million, will be spent on improving efficiency and effectiveness in government operations for better revenue mobilization and service delivery.

Afghanistan’s ministry of finance has said that the package will help in supporting efficiency and effectiveness in government operations.

According to the World Bank, there is the possibility that economic growth in the country could slump next year in the face of elections and drought.

In this episode host Zarmina Mohammadi discusses the topic with Finance Ministry spokesman Ajmal Abdul Rahimzai.

In a separate discussion Mohammadi discusses cement production in the country with Abdul Wasi Danishyar, a political analyst. 

Mohammadi also discussed the lack of insurance services in the country with Firdaus Ahmad Baren, civil and professional deputy for Afghan National Insurance Company.

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BAZAR: World Bank’s Aid To Afghanistan Discussed

According to the World Bank, there is the possibility that economic growth in the country could slump next year in the face of elections and drought.

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The Ministry of Finance (MoF) and the World Bank (WB) on Monday signed a new package of grant agreements aimed at supporting the Afghan government’s reform agenda. The agreements, valued at around $300 million, will be spent on improving efficiency and effectiveness in government operations for better revenue mobilization and service delivery.

Afghanistan’s ministry of finance has said that the package will help in supporting efficiency and effectiveness in government operations.

According to the World Bank, there is the possibility that economic growth in the country could slump next year in the face of elections and drought.

In this episode host Zarmina Mohammadi discusses the topic with Finance Ministry spokesman Ajmal Abdul Rahimzai.

In a separate discussion Mohammadi discusses cement production in the country with Abdul Wasi Danishyar, a political analyst. 

Mohammadi also discussed the lack of insurance services in the country with Firdaus Ahmad Baren, civil and professional deputy for Afghan National Insurance Company.

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