(MENAFN – Khaama Press)
After six years of operation in Kabul, Click.af, Afghanistan’s largest and most popular online shopping app, a bridge between customers and merchants, has announced the suspension of its operations.
Online marketplace Click said on Sunday (September 11) that it was unable to continue operations in Kabul due to financial problems.
“The precarious economic situation, capital flight and economic cycle freeze have severely affected market sales, and Click.af is no exception,” the app’s operators said in a Facebook note.
Click online store owner Masih Stanekzai told Khaama Press that he was not yet ready to express his feelings.
“I’m not interested in giving a negative feeling about it,” he said.
“I hope the future will be brighter in the years to come so businesses like Click.af can restart, thrive and become a success!”
To facilitate and improve communication between customers and store owners, Click online store services acted as a bridge between the two for the sale of goods and groceries.
With the installation of the Taliban government in Afghanistan, the country’s already precarious economic situation has been disrupted, leading to the closure of many online businesses.
Kabul-based Buber Passenger and Transport Services, which provided services to the city’s transport, food delivery, parcel, car sales and rental sectors, recently ceased operations.
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