• Free market economy led by private sector initiatives • Unprecedented economic growth (GDP growth from USD 2.2 billion in 2002 to USD 21.8 billion in 2014) • Utilization of Preferential Trade Agreements and Systems (with India, China, Europe, USA, and etc.)

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Why ICC Afghanistan


 Since ICC Afghanistan represents ICC, the world business organization, in Afghanistan and facilitates the active participation of members in the general activities of ICC, its members would have the following benefits and advantages:

  1. Participate in the work of ICC’s commissions and special working groups. ICC Commissions comprised of business experts who regularly meet to scrutinize proposed international and government initiatives affecting their subject areas;
  2. Have access to business-critical information on international policy and regulatory issues. Information to be gained include summary records of commission meetings, fact sheets summarizing particular subject, statements, materials circulated for comments (draft rules, codes, recommendations to governments, etc.);
  3. ICC’s privileged links with major international organizations, including the UN and its specialized agencies and the World Trade Organization, allow the organization to effectively represent the interests of its members in international forums. ICC members prepare business positions for submission to international organizations and also, through ICC’s global network of national committees, to governments worldwide;
  4. ICC Afghanistan offers members many of the advantages of belonging to a prestigious club and the chance to forge business relationships at the highest level at exclusive ICC events. By being part of ICC, members gain influence both at national and international level;


  1. All types of businesses carry out all or part of its operation in Afghanistan, involved in international business.
  2. Chambers of commerce, professional business associations and unions, whether local, regional or national, including bilateral and joint chambers of commerce, representing a foreign business in Afghanistan.
  3. Scholars, academics, professionals and individuals involved in international business.
  4. Non-voting honorary membership may be conferred to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the Afghanistan business and economic sector. Honorary members shall be exempt from fees.
  5. All members of ICC Afghanistan are automatically members of the global organization, the International Chamber of Commerce.


There are three main categories and 5 sub-categories of ICC Afghanistan membership:

No Main Membership Category No Sub-category of Membership Membership Fee/ year
1 Organization Membership 1 National, Bilateral or Joint Chambers of Commerce and Industry 1000 USD
2 Local Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Federations, Unions and Associations, NGO and Cooperatives 500 USD
2 Company/ Corporate  Membership 3 Normal Business Membership 300 USD
4 Women Business Membership 200 USD
3 Individual Membership 5 Scholars, academics & professionals, university students, researchers and press 100 USD
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