A Study on Afghanistan Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement


  • Arsalan Watandar Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Economics, Bost University, Helmand Afghanistan
  • Ali Ahmad Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Faculty of Agriculture, Helmand University, Afghanistan
  • Amanullah Naizi Lecturer, Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Economics, Bost University, Helmand Afghanistan
  • Mir Wais Nazari Lecturer, Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Economics, Bost University




Afghanistan, Pakistan, transit and trade agreement


The relationship between Afghanistan and its neighbor country Pakistan unceasingly continued anxious thru inferences meant for the political economy. since 1950s, the entrée to ocean remained serious for financial development of Afghanistan due to fronting thoughtful transportation difficulties by Pakistan. It is expected that consequences found as of the research will deliver a better thoughtful of the significant reason of Afghanistan Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement efficiency for bilateral trade and disclose the main challenges between Afghanistan and Pakistan. The current research purposes to find out the Trade Relation between Afghanistan and Pakistan. This research designates the procedures and methods that the scholar used while conducting research. The chapter is made up of design, population, sampling tech-niques, sampling size, data collection procedures, data analysis procedure, questionnaire was designed in 5 Likert-scale and was distributed to 100 participants. Research shows most of candidates agreed that Ambiguities in the rules and procedures pertaining to bonded carriers should be removed as well as the participants agreed that Afghanistan Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement is the best framework for expanding business relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan if implemented perfectly, therefore it was recommended that both countries must remove uncertainties and barriers in the rules and procedures pertaining to bonded carriers. The limitation of study was lake of interest of participants to participate in this study.


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How to Cite

A. Watandar, A. Ahmad, A. Naizi, and M. W. Nazari, “A Study on Afghanistan Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement”, J. Manage. Serv. Sci., vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 1–13, Nov. 2023.




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