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EPAA to sign economic cooperation MoU with India

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B2BThe Export Promotion Agency of Afghanistan through the support of the Great Embassy of Afghanistan in New-Delhi India will sign an agreement on Economic Cooperation with the Indian Export Organizations and Indian Importers Association.

The MoU, scheduled to be signed on the 18-19 June, is aimed at boosting Afghanistan’s exports.

The signing ceremony will be followed by Business to Business (B2B) meeting between Indian and Afghan traders from key sectors including dry fruits, fresh fruits and medical plants.

Established in 2006, EPAA is an executive division of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI).

The Agency’s mission is to promote Afghanistan’s participation in the processing, marketing and distribution of its commodities.



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