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Afghan Customs Revenue: U.S. Programs Have had Some Successes, but Challenges Will Limit Customs Revenue as a Sustainable Source of Income for Afghanistan
John F. Sopko (ed)
Since 2009, the U.S. has allocated at least $198 million toward efforts to assist in developing the capacity of the Afghan government to assess and collect customs revenue. The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) administered the Trade Accession and Facilitation for Afghanistan (TAFA) I and TAFA II programs from Nov. 2009 through Aug. 2013. These programs were followed by the Afghanistan Trade and Revenue (ATAR) program beginning in Nov. 2013. The Dept. of Homeland Securitysäó» (DHSäó»s) Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has administered the Border Mngt. Task Force (BMTF) since its inception in 2006. Through these programs, the government has worked to develop and reform Afghanistanäó»s laws, policies, and procedures for customs processes operating at the Afghan Customs Dept. (ACD). This audit report (1) assessed the extent to which these USAID and CBP programs achieved their intended outcomes; and (2) examined challenges to creating a stable and lasting source of customs revenue for Afghanistan. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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