Paved roads and electricity are some of the infrastructure improvements coming under the development plan.
Despite pledging to protect Afghan interests, Taliban attacks on infrastructure and investment projects threaten to turn back the clock on international trade and development.
The Afghan government declared the import of poultry products from Iran illegal after an outbreak of avian influenza last year decimated the industry.
'Those who smuggle dollars to Iran are the enemies of the Afghan state and people,' said one official.
Prices have doubled on national and international markets following a move by President Ghani to ban imports of low-quality Iranian product.
More than 100 domestic and foreign aid groups left Kunduz after the Taliban briefly held the provincial capital two separate times in 2015 and 2016,
Officials say they are ready to crack down on Taliban members forcibly collecting payments from residents.
Many say the local business environment has improved as fear of war recedes.
Local craftspeople are expanding their wares to wooden gifts and home-decor items.
Afghan officials have repeatedly accused Iran of supporting the Taliban to prevent the construction of dams in the western region of the country.