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Afghanistan: Wirtschaftliche Lage

von: 21. Oktober 2015


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Das Stockholmer Friedensforschungsinstitutes SIPRI hat eine Studie zur wirtschaftlichen Lage in Afghanistan veröffentlicht, die ein düsteres Bild zeichnet: The formal Afghan private sector contributes a mere 10–12 per cent to the country’s official gross domestic product. In its current state, the Afghan private sector is not the engine of economic growth or instrument of social inclusion it has the potential to be. Popular dissatisfaction with unequal access to economic resources, flawed public services and goods, the adverse security situation, and predatory government activity undermine an effective and sustainable private sector.” (jw)