1. The Chamber shall encourage business and community prosperity by promoting economic programs designed to strengthen and enhance the financial opportunities for all businesses within Afghanistan and Australia.
  2. The Chamber shall promote trade and business relations between Afghanistan and Australia and provide the opportunities for its members in both countries to meet, discuss and promote their common interests in commercial, industrial and financial matters.
  3. The chamber shall liaise and maintain relation with the embassies, other chambers, Trade and industrial associations, NGOs, local and foreign authorities in both countries and exchange trade related information and shall be active as a mediator in the event of disputes between the trade bodies of the two countries.
  4. The Chamber will serve as an effective non-partisan, non-sectarian voice for business on legislative, business, social, governmental and community issues affecting in both countries.
  5. The chamber will provide level playing field for the promotion of trade, investment, industrial development collaboration, transfer of technology, joint ventures, exchange of business delegations, organizing/participation in trade exhibitions, exploring new trade and economic cooperation opportunities, identify areas of mutual interests,, alleviation of illegal trade, promotion of positive aspects in perceptions of both countries and rejecting terrorism and extremism within the spheres of both countries.
  6. The Chamber may reject to render services to non-members. In case “the chamber” offers its services to non-members, it may charge a service fee (with expenses); the rate and manner of application of which shall be determined by the board or any other authorized body of the Chamber.