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UAE to shut down 600 Afghan businesses

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UAE to shut down 600 Afghan businesses

The United Arab Emirates (UAE), the hub for many businesses around the world, has given a 2-week deadline for 600 Afghan businessmen to wind up their businesses and leave the country.

Afghan government confirms the situation and is soon visiting UAE officials to discuss the matter.

The UAE has also canceled visas and work permits of these 600 Afghan investors.

The reason for the mass expulsion of Afghan investors has not been given yet.

Over 10,000 Afghans have established businesses worth USD 20bn in the UAE.



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