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Afghanistan, Tajikistan discuss boosting economic ties

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Afghanistan, Tajikistan discuss boosting economic ties

afghanistan-tajikistanIn a meeting on Tuesday, Deputy Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), Abdul Qadir Bahman, met with Chairman of Tajikistan’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TCCI, Sharif Said, to discuss economic ties.

The two parties conferred on issues related to trade expansion and economic cooperation between the two nations, and considered focusing activities on the development of small and medium businesses.

Preparation for the next Afghan economic exhibition was a key topic of the meeting. The parties decided to hold the next exhibition in November of this year in Dushanbe.

The 1st Afghan exhibition was held in Dushanbe in 2009 where Afghan producers were given the opportunity to introduce their products.



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