Minister of Finance Anwar Ul-Haq Ahady of Afghanistan

Minister Ahady said that the Afghan government was making progress in increasing revenues and attracting foreign investments, but he urged donors to continue aid flows to ensure the gains can be maintained.
Minister Ahady said that the narcotics trade continues to be a major challenge for the Afghan government.
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Afghanistan's Finance Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Ahady has submitted his resignation to President Hamid Karzai, the minister's office has said.
Finance Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Ahady has offered his resignation to President Karzai.
The Presidents office said that they had not formally heard of the resignation though Ahady has promised to be out of office by the end of the week.
Rumours are circulating around Kabul that Ahady had fallen out with his deputy, Wahidullah Sharrani and that this was the reason for the resignation.
Ahady is the leader of the Pastun political party Afghan Millet (Afghan Nation.
Ahady had held his portfolio for four years.
Social Democratic Party (also known as the Afghan Mellat Party.
of Sarobi, Kabul Province, Afghanistan.
at Providence College, Rhode Island.
Ahady is a tenured full professor of political science.
in internationally recognized scholarly journals.
various analytical and position articles in the Afghan media.
the Afghan Democratic Party (Afghan Mellat) in 1987 and 1990.
Jigdalai, district of Sarobi, Kabul Province, Afghanistan.
at the American University of Beirut.
of Political Science at Providence College, Rhode Island.
Democratic Party (Afghan Mellat) in 1969.
On the social front, Ahady said his government has worked to strengthen education and that 6 million students now are enrolled in schools with 181,000 teachers.
Anwar-Ul-Haq Ahady is the President of the Afghan Social Democratic Party (Afghan Mellat.
Ahady has been an active member of the party since 1969.
In addition to his position as leader of the Afghan Social Democratic Party, Ahady is a Professor of Political Science at Providence College in Rhode Island.
Ahady was in Chicago recently to give a talk at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
Skip navigationpd_top('Story','html40','22819915','Afghanistan: Courting Capital in a Hot Spot','The threats of terrorism and the reliance on the drug trade loom over Afghanistan daily, but as development of basic infrastructure progresses, Finance Minister Anwar ul-Haq Ahady says the government is hoping to lure investment in its natural resources.
But Ahady said that while his country is pleased by the substantial amount of international aid, the country needs private sector investment and the starting point is a deal with a state-owned mining company in China.
Another major stumbling block to the economy is drug production, which Ahady said must be stopped, but not too quickly.
KARACHI, May 31: The visiting governor of the central bank of Afghanistan Dr Anwar-ul-Haq Ahady says Pakistani rupee and US dollar are very much in currency in his country along with its own revalued afghani.
Ahady said that the assets that were frozen during the Taliban regime by the Western governments had been de-frozen after the installation of the interim government in Kabul.
Ahady said the Federal Reserves of the US had de-frozen some $250 million worth of gold reserves of Afghanistan placed there since 1939.
Ahady said the central bank of Afghanistan was exercising limited autonomy at the moment — and had sought standard autonomy through a draft law.
Ahady said at the present the central bank of Afghanistan is autonomous in the sense that it is independent of the ministry of finance — but it is not independent of the president of the government.
Minister Ahady was accompanied by Deputy Minister Wahidullah Shahrani and Governor of Da Afghanistan (Central) Bank, Noorullah Delawari.
Ahady has published various articles and essays in national and foreign academic journals, bulletins and newspapers as well as several academic books.
including Japan in various sectors.
including replenishment support in the Indian Ocean would be continued.
of transportation or of irrigation.
Ahady was groomed for a leadership position from childhood.
took control of Afghanistan in 1979.
Hurd, a visiting assistant political science professor at Northwestern.
Addressing a news conference here after his return from Russia, Anwar-Ul-Haq Ahady said the loan that amassed between 1950 and 1992 had been forgiven under the deal he inked with his Russian counterpart Alexei Kudrin.
The focus of the Muslim community has now shifted to other areas such as Palestine and Iraq, and the financial aid from oil-rich countries have dried up, Ahady was quoted as saying by the Bernama news agency here.
Ahady is in Malaysia to attend the 30th annual meeting of the IDB Board of GovernorsEnd.
Ahady said the Afghanistan Development Forum (ADF) due to open next Monday would see over 50 foreign representatives and donors hold talks on the current economic and social priorities for Afghanistan.
WASHINGTON, April 19 (AFP) - Afghanistan's finance minister, Anwar Ul-Haq Ahady said Tuesday that NGOs were running a 'parallel' unaccountable government in his country as it seeks to rebuild its economy.
Ahady said aid to Afghanistan needed to be funnelled to the government directly instead of through aid agencies which have become a parallel government.
Ahady said his country would need considerable amounts of continued international aid as it rebuilds.
The objective was to rescue that failed state, Ahady said of the complete political and economic reconstruction Afghanistan undertook after the fall of the fundamentalist Taliban regime in 2001.
Ahady said Afghanistan is in the middle of a comprehensive social revolution, in which both values and institutions change dramatically.
KABUL (SANA): Afghan Finance Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Ahady has submitted his resignation to President Hamid Karzai, a close aide has disclosed.
Mr Ahady has been in his post for four years and was previously the governor of the Afghan central bank.
Anwar-ul-Haq Ahady has served as Afghanistans minister of finance since December 2004.