"Discussions focused on maintaining macroeconomic stability and structural reform momentum in 2013," team leader Paul Ross said in a statement.
"On the budget, there was agreement on the need to restore momentum to revenue mobilization through measures to strengthen customs administration.
"Second, it was agreed that some tightening of monetary policy was appropriate to maintain price stability and protect the international reserves position.
"Third, there was agreement on reforms to strengthen the financial sector and economic governance, and to mobilize domestic revenue."Afghanistan was expected to submit a value added tax law to parliament and also fix Kabul Bank.