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Kunduz to have its first commercial town

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Kunduz to have its first commercial town

Work on a commercial town, providing residential houses and business plazas, was inaugurated in the Sher Khan dry port in northern Kunduz province, near the border with Tajikistan.

Speaking at the inaugural event, Minister of Commerce and Industries Anwarul Haq Ahadi said the town would help facilitate traders through offering business plazas and stores for the businessmen to store their goods.

Businessmen, previously, used to store their goods at private facilities.

Minister Ahadi announced 450 square meters plot would be distributed to each trader from Baghlan and Kunduz provinces in the initial phase. Other traders registered with the Ministry of Commerce would receive plots later on.

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