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||Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice (KAP) : survey of Afghanistan towards trade : final survey report.
||Shar-e-Naw, Kabul : TAFA Project Office, 2010.
||64 p. : charts ; 30 cm.
“Trade and Accession Facilitation for Afghanistan (TAFA).”—at head of title.
“Contract Number: 306-C-00-09-00529-00”.
Bound with: “Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) survey of Afghanistan towards trade : summary of findings for TAFA (12 p.).
Summary: “This report focuses on Afghans’ knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to trade and its potential benefits for Afghanistan. In response to a request for proposal by Chemonics/TAFA, AIR Consulting undertook the survey design, data collection, and analysis presented here. It utilized surveys of the general Afghan population across selected provinces and key sub-populations who are involved with various facets of international trade. In addition, in-depth interviews with selected individuals contributed to a deeper understanding of trade issues from the perspective of the government, traders, academia, producers, and other entities in Afghanistan.”—(Executive summary).
||Business – Afghanistan – Public opinion.
Commerce – Afghanistan – Public opinion.
Public opinion – Afghanistan.
Businesspeople – Afghanistan – Attitudes.
Retail trade – Afghanistan – Attitudes.
Trade regulation – Afghanistan – Public opinion.
||Trade and Accession Facilitation for Afghanistan (TAFA).