Chief Executive Abdullah at OECD Highlights the Need to Digitise Economy
Afghanistan’s peer review in boosting private sector development and policies for entrepreneurship, which helped Afghan participants to interact with experts from OECD, was convened earlier this week. Emphasis was put on improving businesses through digital government.
Dr Abdullah explained that Afghanistan’s National Peace and Development Framework has identified the private sector as key driver of economic growth and the development of small and medium enterprises is a top priority for the Afghan government.
Dr Abdullah admitted that digitisation of the essential services in SMEs will have multifold effects.
The OECD Eurasia 2018 week had several participants and as per Afghanistan’s Chief Executive Afghanistan benefited greatly from the participation.
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