Number of factories in Kandahar industrial park reaches 86
Costing USD 1.5mn, the factories will produce cotton, plastic tools, PVC pipes and other goods. Other factories operating in Kandahar’s industrial park produce soaps, salt, plastic sandals, plastic water pipes, non-alcoholic beverages, ice, plastic water storages and dishes.
Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Governor Toryalai Weesa called on the Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA) to find market for Afghan products in foreign countries.
Kandahar’s industrial park is serving as one of the main sources of employment for the residents of Kandahar.
The number of factories may increase to 100 after establishment of further power supplies.
Baghlan’s local officials reported that the groundwork for 26 public service projects have been laid in the central district of
A budget of USD 65mn is allocated for promoting agriculture in Afghanistan. Afghanistan’s Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock will pay
The Lower House of the Parliament (Wolesi Jirga) voted in favor of Khaliullah Sediqi as the governor of Afghanistan’s Central