Big and small online commerce has progressed recently in Kabul for a variety of Afghan-made goods.
Zainuddin, who has been running an online store for almost two years, said that although the online market is a new phenomenon in the country, his business is booming.
“The online market is a very new phenomenon, and most people are not familiar with it, but now it has become very good. It has been almost one and a half years since I have an Instagram site and the sales are good,” said Zainuddin.
Meanwhile, some sellers who sell items online said they have customers from outside the country as well.
“Our sales are also outside Afghanistan -- Australia, America, and Europe -- and their feedback is also good,” said Barish.
“We also receive online orders, we have more orders from Germany, America, and Canada,” said Ismayil, a seller.
Meanwhile, a number of citizens of the country consider it easy to have online shopping, but they said that some of their orders are not high quality.
“Several times when I bought something online, for example, I bought a watch, the quality was very different from what I bought in person, and I was not satisfied,” said Abdul Hadi, a Kabul resident.
Meanwhile, some sellers in the capital complain about the lack of a market for their goods.