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Mumbai to Host 2nd Round of Kabul-Delhi Trade & Investment Summit

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Mumbai to Host 2nd Round of Kabul-Delhi Trade & Investment Summit

The second round of Kabul-Delhi Trade and Investment Summit is going to be held in Mumbai, India in the next two weeks.

 As many as 1000 domestic and international companies are invited to attend the summit, according to the Afghan Foreign Ministry officials.

The summit will bring investors together to learn about investment opportunities in various sectors in Afghanistan, mainly the mining, energy, telecommunications and agriculture sectors.

Khanjan Alokozay, the deputy head of the Afghan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), said the topic of Kabul-Mumbai air corridor and the Chabahar port will also discussed at the summit.

The first round of this summit was held in New Delhi last year where Afghanistan’s products were sold at a value of USD 10mn on the sidelines of the meeting.


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