English | دری

4th Central Asian Trade Forum to be held in Almaty

in Afghan Business

4th Central Asian Trade Forum to be held in Almaty

Kazakhstan ExhibitionThe 4th Central Asian Trade Forum (CATF) is due to be held on October 29-30, 2014 in Rixos Hotel in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Sponsored by large-scale export oriented enterprises of Central Asia, Trade Networks, Transportation Providers, Financial Institutions and Initiator by the USAID Regional Economic Cooperation Project (REC), CATF is an annual event participated by representatives of state bodies, international organizations, associations and businesses from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

This year delegation from Latvia will also come to CATF. The total number of visitors is about 400 people.

The event is aimed at facilitating export partnership and cross-border trade development as well as overall recognition of the Central Asian region in the world.

The last CATF resulting in signing of 5 memorandums between:

  • The Almaty Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Afghanistan Investment Support Agency
  • The Almaty Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Balkh Province
  • The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Sugd Oblast (Tajikistan) and the Kabul Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Sugd Oblast and The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Rawalpandi State (Pakistan)
  • The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Balkh Province and Women’s Development Agency (Tajikistan)


Related Articles

Road closure causes price hikes in Daikundi

Daikundi’s connecting road leading to Kandahar has been blocked for the past three weeks due to insecurity, causing prices of

Kabul to launch credit registry system to manage loans

An online public credit registry system is being established in Kabul city to manage loans and facilitate transactions. Funded by

President Ghani terminates two chromite deals in Logar

President Ashraf Ghani scrapped two chromite extraction contracts during his surprise visit to Logar. The contracts were signed with two

No comments

Write a comment
No Comments Yet! You can be first to comment this post!

Write a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.