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Islamic Growth Markets Investment Report 2015 by Thomson Reuters

The Islamic Growth Markets Investment Report 2015 presents a ground-breaking view of looking at investment opportunities across the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member countries (57 member mostly Muslim majority.) Focused on fast growing consumer driven sector clusters of Food,

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Japan signs contracts for four new development projects in Afghanistan

Japan has signed four new development project contracts with different Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) under the country’s “Grant Assistance for Grassroots Projects (GAGP)” program. The signing ceremony was led by Kenichi Masamoto, Charge d’affaires ad interim of Japan to Afghanistan in

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New IARCSC offices built in Baghlan

The Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Services Commission (IARCSC) in Baghlan is responsible for realizing reforms and providing civil services for the public, as well as offering a wide range of training measures to the civil servants in different government

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Germany pledges to continue helping Afghanistan

In a meeting with Nasir Ahmad Durrani, the Rural Rehabilitation and Development Minister, Markus Potzel, the Ambassador for Germany promised the commitment of his country to helping Afghanistan through their cooperation with the MRRD. Ambasador Potzel emphasized that his country

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Efficient Water Use Reduces Costs and Increases Agricultural Cultivation

Farmer Abdul Satar is about to pull up one of the metal hatches of the cemented canal to irrigate his own and his neighbors’ farmlands. The hatch is part of a lengthy canal system that has 160 openings of this

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Afghanistan’s National Institute of Management & Administration boosts works prospects

The National Institute of Management and Administration (NIMA), established in 2009, has become one of the most attractive centers of youth education in Afghanistan. Today, NIMA has an enrolment of approximately 1,000 students, including nearly 300 female students. NIMA, located

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First half year of National Unity Government marked with economic stagnation

Afghanistan’s economy has shown a declining trend ever since the formation of the National Unity Government (NUG). The leaders of the business community have voiced concerns about the dwindling business activities. According to a recent assessment by the Central Statistics

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