Under the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, Pakistan’s exports have declined significantly, which has had a negative impact on the country’s economy.
Four months of the Taliban rule in Afghanistan are coming to an end, during which the Afghan government’s international relations were established and trade relations were not restored, while Pakistani exports fell by 40% during the Taliban regime.
Additional Customs Collector Muhammad Tayyab said that the banking system of Afghanistan is completely flop, there is no TT and the purchasing power of the citizens has also weakened.
Pakistan exported goods worth Rs 27,702 million to Afghanistan through Torkham, Chaman, Ghulam Khan and Kharlachi under the Taliban regime from August 15 to November 15, compared to Rs 46,602 million in the same period last year.
Trader Mohammad Siddique Shinwari says countries in the region should start trading with Afghanistan in local currency.
Economists say that Pakistan, along with other countries in the region, can not only support Afghanistan’s economic situation through a joint strategy, but also help in removing barriers to bilateral trade.