Some Afghan businesswomen complain of lack of market opportunities for their products.
They said that in recent months sales of their products are not good, and they called on the Islamic Emirate to provide more facilities for their business activities.
"Women that run production in the private sector--the government has to provide permanent markets for them so they can make sales," said Mumtaz Yosif Zai, a businesswoman.
"Women face lack of markets for their products because people have economic issues and cannot buy our products," said Zakira, a businesswoman.
Meanwhileو the women's chamber of commerce and industry said that they create market opportunities and hold seminars for businesswomen.
"We held exhibitions for businesswomen and for their products to have good sales, and we create seminars for their support," said Sulma Yusufi, head of the women's chamber and commerce and industry.
"Economists say that businesswomen's progress will help a family's economy," said Abdul Rishita, economist.
The women's chamber of commerce and industry said that in the last year 560 businesswomen have registered in the trade and production sectors.