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ACCI chief announces his resignation

Qurban Mohammad Haqjo, Head of the Afghan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI), announces his resignation. According to Khaama Press (KP), the reason behind Haqjo’s resignation is his endorsement of presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah, who was the leading candidate in

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Education construction projects begin in Baghlan with German financing and support

Two construction projects were officially started as part of the Afghan-German Cooperation program in partnership with the Baghlan Department of Education on Sunday. Assadullah Shahbaz, Director of the Provincial Council in Baghlan, and Abdullqader Rasoli, from the Department of Education

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New museums to be built across Afghanistan

Officials of the Ministry of Information and Culture said construction work on new museums in six provinces of Afghanistan would kick off soon. The museums would be built in Kabul, Bamyan, Balkh, Khost, Logar and Kapisa. General Director of the

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Afghan law against money laundering submitted to Parliament for approval

The Afghan Ministry of Justice has submitted the new anti-money laundering law to the Parliament for approval. According to Acting Ministry of Justice Mohammad Yousuf Halim, the new law is in accordance with the standards required by the Financial Action

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Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tajikistan to ink transit trade agreement

The trilateral transit trade agreement would be inked soon among Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan. The agreement forms part of the Afghanistan-Pakistan-Transit Trade Agreement (APTTA). APTTA was signed between Pakistan and Afghanistan in 2010, based on which Afghan traders can export

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Afghanistan offers multiple entry visa to Indian businessmen

The Afghan government has decided to issue multiple-entry visa to Indian business on a long-term basis in a bid to strengthen economic ties between the two nations. “Bilateral trade between India and Afghanistan has only witnessed modest growth in last

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