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Background Information

Employment History

President

Afghanistan International Chamber Of Commerce

Chairman

Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce

Head

Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce

President

Afghan International Chamber of Commerce

Basis for the Administration

post-Taleban

Web References (16 Total References)


Embassy of Afghanistan of Ottawa

www.afghanembassy.ca [cached]

Hamid Qaderi, the president of the AICC, which has 210 member companies, says the continuing state involvement not only flies against the free market system laid out in the 2001 Bonn accord that served as the basis for the post-Taleban administration, but is also a deterrent to trade and investment.

"If the government doesn't end its involvement in trade, all those Afghan traders who currently live in foreign countries will never invest in Afghanistan," he said.
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Qaderi says he has asked the government several times to close its enterprises and stop doing commercial business. He claims it has agreed to do so, but that it has done nothing to fulfil that promise.
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"There isn't anything that the traders here wouldn't be able to handle and import into the country," said Qaderi.


Sabawoon Daily News

www.sabawoon.com [cached]

Hamid Qaderi, the president of the AICC, which has 210 member companies, says the continuing state involvement not only flies against the free market system laid out in the 2001 Bonn accord that served as the basis for the post-Taleban administration, but is also a deterrent to trade and investment.

"If the government doesn't end its involvement in trade, all those Afghan traders who currently live in foreign countries will never invest in Afghanistan," he said.
Deputy Commerce Minister Ziauddin Zia argues that the private sector cannot provid for all the needs of Afghanistan's estimated 27 million people, and that public-sector industries are essential for other reasons, too.
"The government is keeping these enterprises in existence in order to prevent a lot of workers becoming unemployed," he said.
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Qaderi says he has asked the government several times to close its enterprises and stop doing commercial business.He claims it has agreed to do so, but that it has done nothing to fulfil that promise.
Deputy Minister Zia points to the problem of throwing thousands of workers out of a job, although he acknowledges that paying them not to work is no solution.
"It's a problem for the government that workers at these enterprises are getting paid without actually doing anything, and we have so far been unable to overcome this," he said.
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"There isn't anything that the traders here wouldn't be able to handle and import into the country," said Qaderi.


Embassy of Afghanistan, Tokyo

www.afghanembassyjp.com [cached]

Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce chairman Hamid Qaderi said USAID had promised to donate US$6 million for the project.


e-Ariana - Todays Afghan News

www.e-ariana.com [cached]

But Hamid Qaderi, head of the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce said the oil tax tariff has been raised by more than 40-percent this year and that the increase will have a negative effect on foreign investors interested in trading in Afghanistan.


IWPR'S AFGHAN RECOVERY REPORT (August 06, 2005) — LastSuperpower

www.lastsuperpower.net [cached]

According to Hamid Qaderi, president of the Afghan International Chamber of Commerce, the Pakistani government has enticed Afghan weavers to remain by offering them subsidised land, housing, electricity and security.

"This shows astuteness on the part of Pakistani officials," he said.

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