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President Ghani appoints Qurban Haqjo as AISA chief

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President Ghani appoints Qurban Haqjo as AISA chief

President Ashraf Ghani has appointed Mohammad Qurban Haqjo as the new head of Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA).

His appointment comes after two months of delay that sparked criticisms and complains from the business community of Afghanistan.

Haqjo was selected out of five candidates introduced to President Ghani for the post including Motasil Komaki, Reza Farzam, Abdul Walid Tamim and Abdul Bari Jalalzai.

Haqjo formerly served as the head of Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI.

AISA is responsible for provision of licenses to companies wishing to invest in Afghanistan. The Agency also works for promoting and attracting investment in Afghanistan.

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