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Afghan company exports technology

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Afghan company exports technology

BlueSonic, the first Afghan computer manufacturing factory, has begun exporting its products across the region.

According to the officials, the company exports computers and smartphones to Pakistan, Ethiopia and Central Asia.

Founded in 2012, BlueSonic is the first and only Afghan company to establish local assembling and manufacturing of digital electronics equipment.

Over the past few years, BlueSonic’s partners ha​v​e invested heavily in research and development and quality assurance.

Products currently offered include mobile smartphones, tablets, laptops, televisions, desktops and related accessories. The company is currently in the process of establishing multiple international licensing and distributions agreements around the world.


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