The State of Afghanistan’s Economy and Private Sector

April 14, 2022 01:30:58
The State of Afghanistan’s Economy and Private Sector
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The State of Afghanistan’s Economy and Private Sector

Apr 14 2022 | 01:30:58


Show Notes

Afghanistan’s economy and people have suffered an overwhelming shock since the Taliban takeover last August. On April 13, USIP held a discussion on the economic situation in Afghanistan since the U.S withdrawal, the travails of the Afghan private sector and prospects for the future.


William Byrdmoderator
Senior Expert, Afghanistan, U.S Institute of Peace 

Tobias Haque
Lead Economist for Afghanistan, the World Bank

Naheed Sarabi 
Former Deputy Minister of Finance, Republic of Afghanistan

Andrea Mario Dall'Olio
Lead Country Economist for Afghanistan, the World Bank 

Jeffrey Grieco
President & CEO, Afghan American Chamber of Commerce 


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