Afghanistan’s Exports Increase By 30%
The Ministry of Industry and Commerce on Sunday announced that Afghanistan’s exports during the first six months of the fiscal year 1400 (current solar year), has increased by about 30%, as compared to the same period last year.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_Ahmad , the ministry spokesperson, said that most exports during the period went to India, Pakistan and China.
Last year, Afghanistan’s exports to India amounted to $405,908,164 USD; exports to Pakistan were $211,519,319 USD, and to China $55,322,979 USD, whilst the UAE, Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Germany, and Tajikistan are among the countries to which Afghanistan has exported goods.
The Ministry has not provided a specific amount for the value of exports to the mentioned countries this year and has not said anything about the type of exported goods, but most of ’s_exports are dried fruits, , and some other items. These items are exported through air corridors and land border crossings.