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Afghanistan’s New Policy for National Trade to be initiated

Ministry of Commerce and Industries has initiated a new policy in order to meet the challenges in the old national trade policy. A one-day workshop on the development of national trade policy was held today in Kabul. The workshop, attended

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Iran and Pakistan are trying to prevent mining in Afghanistan

A number of Afghan experts say that Pakistan is trying to spread insecurity in the mining sites of Afghanistan by creating problems in the bordering areas. General Aminullah Amar Khail, former Afghan border Commander and one of the experts says:

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US Firm interested to have a share in the oil extraction of Amu River basin

Exxon Mobil, an American multinational oil and gas corporation, has presented his offer for participating in the bidding for oil extraction in Amu River, after the award has already been granted to a Chinese company. Exxon Mobil is considered one

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Demands for strengthening of insurance field in Afghanistan

Currently, a limited number of insurance companies are active in Afghanistan. Since these companies have failed to win people’s trust, they have failed to insure bigger businesses. A number of traders from the private sector and common people say that

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Lukewarm Economic Recovery of the US

According to the annual report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) US economic remains tepid. The recovery process can potentially face risks from the Eurozone debt crisis combined with the uncertainties surrounding domestic policies, with an election in November and

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Pakistan decides to reopen NATO supply route to Afghanistan

Pakistan will reopen crucial supply routes to Nato-led forces in Afghanistan, after US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton apologized for the losses of the 24 Paki soldiers in November. The dispute began in November when US launched air strikes and

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Apple could be shut for 30 days in Italy

Italian authorities have threatened Apple that it could be shut for 30 days because of a row about product warranties. Apple is accused of not informing its customers in Italy about its standard free two-year warranty. Instead, the company has

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Toshiba Fined for Price-Fixing

Japanese electronics firm Toshiba has been fined USD 87million for colluding with other LCD makers in a bid to keep prices of liquid crystal display (LCD) panels at a high level in the US. Toshiba has denied the charged and

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Barclays former CEO Bob Diamond to be grilled by MPs’ Questioning

Bob Diamond has to face the MPs and answer their questions regarding the Libor-rigging scandal. The ex-boss of Barclays stepped down from his position on Tuesday. He is giving evidence to the Treasury Committee and is likely to be quizzed

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28 Km Road Inaugurated in Laghman

The United States Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) funded the construction of a new 28km road in the Qarghayee district of Laghman province. The inaugural ceremony was launched on Wednesday. The road links the Daronta dam in Jalalabad with Charbagh and

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Manchester United to List in New York Stock Exchange

The Red Giants are seeking to list on the US stock market in a share sale that aimed at raising USD 100m. The money would be used to pay their heavy debts that have been weighing down the club. “We

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