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National Procurement Commission approves 11 contracts, saves 14mn Afghanis

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National Procurement Commission approves 11 contracts, saves 14mn Afghanis

The National Procurement Commission discussed 25 procurement issues and of them approved 11 contracts worth 343mn AFN.

According to a statement from the Presidential Palace, the Commission saved 14mn AFN in the approved contracts which belonged to the defense and interior ministries.

Chaired by President Ashraf Ghani, the Commission also approved proposals regarding health services projects for drug addicts and asked the Public Health Ministry to continuously monitor the project and report to the commission.

The project of strengthening and providing good environment for business and entrepreneurship was also approved by the Commission. President Ghani directed the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to prepare working procedure for the project.

The Commission also approved the procurement procedure for 6000 tons of improved wheat seeds, said the statement.

In the 27 meetings conducted by the NPC, 380 contracts worth a total value of 63.5bn AFN have been approved and as a result of the approved contracts, the Commission saved nearly 9bn AFN.



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