Afghanistan cuts tariff for Indian exports

Kabul, Afghanistan: Amidst of rising trade war globally there are two friendly nation which are working towards better trade relation. Afghanistan and India have worked towards to be trusted trade partner, and an example for rest of the countries.

The Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) said currently goods including carpets, fresh fruit and dried fruit and about 40 other products, are being exported to India at vastly reduced tariffs.

According to TOLO news, The Ministry of Finance, Afghanistan confirmed that the trade between Afghan-Indian is improving and their ministry is working on further joint initiatives with India’s Ministry of Finance.

The ministry said for goods going to India, exporters benefit from a 97 percent discount on customs duties – which is proving to be a huge incentive to growing the export market to India. Currently, the annual trade volume between Afghanistan and India is valued at over $1 billion.

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