Land plots to be distributed to more than 100 investors in Parwan
The lands will be distributed to more than 100 investors, allowing them to invest in different sectors.
The industrial park will have electricity, roads, schools, a health clinic, a mosque, restaurants and lawns and is expected to be completed in three years.
Mohammar Tahir, a local government official, said an acre of land would be sold for USD 20,000 (1 million AFN).
He added that 50% of the park would go to businessmen and the remaining 50% would have infrastructural facilities.
He warned the government would retake the land from investors if they failed to launch practical work within a year.
Former Afghan Central Bank Chief Abdul Qadir Fitrat alleged that the government is also responsible for the crisis of the
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