Business Center inDelhi helps find trading partners for Afghan traders
A Business Center established in New Delhi, capital city of India, works to connect Afghan traders with traders in India.
The purpose of the Center is to help find market for Afghanistan products.
Founded in 2013, the Center has Afghan staff to communicate with Afghanistan-based traders in Pashto or Dari.
A subsidiary of the Pace Group, the Center was established with support of Horticulture and Agriculture Program and Export Promotion Agency of Afghanistan (EPPA).
The Center also sends experts to train and educate farmers in Afghanistan and help them produce quality products.
India has imported 452mn tons of fresh and dried fruits from Afghanistan in 2014.
Indian Ambassador Amar Sinha recently said the value of trade between Afghanistan and Pakistan stood at USD 600 over the past year.
The majority of trade with India is conducted through the Wagah and Chabahar border crossings.
India has invested USD 2bn in aid and reconstruction process of Afghanistan, and is considered to play a huge role in the stability of Afghanistan and the region as a whole.
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