A non-profit organization, the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Investment (ACCI) aims to promote Afghan trade and industries at home and abroad. The site provides information about laws and regulations, importing and exporting, and starting a business in Afghanistan.
The Afghanistan Telecom Regulatory Authority (ATRA) regulates broadcasting, post, and telecommunications in Afghanistan. Its site contains information regarding regulations and licensing within the industry, policies and guidelines, recent news, upcoming events, and statistics.
This is the official website of the Central Bank of Afghanistan, also known as Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB). The site contains basic information about numerous banking topics such as monetary policy, financial supervision, and laws and regulations. Also provided by the site is a media center which contains various news and publications related to the bank.
The main purpose of the Export Promotion Agency of Afghanistan (EPAA) is to promote and develop exports from Afghanistan. This website provides numerous useful features such as Afghanistan trade statistics, an exporters directory, information on trade preferences, and common products within the country.
Provided by the Afghanistan Investment Support Agency, Invest in Afghanistan serves as a resource for those wishing to do business with or in Afghanistan. General economic, political, social, and infrastructure information is provided by the site as well as a country profile. An investment opportunities section provides information regarding Afghanistan's most popular industries. There are also dedicated sections of reasons to invest in the country, processes of starting a business, and success stories.
The goal of the Ministry of Commerce and Industries (MOCI) is to promote the development and growth of private sector enterprises through the development of the appropriate policies. This website contains all of the publications and regulations made by the MOCI as well as contact information for the MOCI's staff. Trade agreements, information concerning imports and exports, and licensing instructions are also included in the site.
Building Markets is an organization that builds markets, creates jobs, and sustains peace in developing countries by connecting local entrepreneurs to business opportunities. The site provides business portals for Afghanistan, Haiti, Liberia, Jordan, Lebanon, Mozambique, Myanmar (Burma), Timor-Leste, and Turkey. Relevant news, media coverage, and market overview coverage for specific countries are also available on the site.