The EU Mission in Afghanistan said that its delegation with Melinda Good as well as the World Bank representative have met more than 25 business men and women and discussed the challenges and expectations of the private sector in Afghanistan.
“Electricity, banking, trade, brain drain, female workers, regional cooperation among main challenges,” The EU in Afghanistan tweeted.
After Taliban’s domination, the economy in Afghanistan has been facing the danger of collapse.
More than half of the population are experiencing acute hunger and need humanitarian assistance. Additionally, the residents and companies complain of power outage.