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Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process leaders praise Afghan-India freight corridor

Stakeholders attending the eighth meeting of the Regional Technical Group of Confidence Building Measure on Trade, Commerce and Investment Opportunities under the Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process praised the establishment of the India-Afghanistan air freight corridor on Tuesday. “With regard to

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First India-Afghanistan air cargo scheduled for June 15

The India- Afghanistan air corridor project, which was an announced by President Ghani and Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year, enters implementation phase today. An agreement to that effect was signed between Nader Omar , CEO of Ariana Airlines, and

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“Made in Afghanistan” event connects Afghan traders with Indian buyers

More than 40 Afghan companies are showcasing their products at a “Made in Afghanistan” event in New Delhi, India supported by USAID. The event will raise awareness of Afghan goods and foster business ties between Afghanistan and India. As part

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Afghanistan faces trade hurdles as a result of Pakistan’s actions

Pakistan is once again causing a major hurdle to Afghanistan’s trade with India. As per the Afghan-Pak Transit Trade Coordination Authority (APTCCA) agreement signed in June 2011, Pakistan would allow Afghan trucks to pass through Karachi, Gwadar and Qasem ports

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EPAA to sign economic cooperation MoU with India

The Export Promotion Agency of Afghanistan through the support of the Great Embassy of Afghanistan in New-Delhi India will sign an agreement on Economic Cooperation with the Indian Export Organizations and Indian Importers Association. The MoU, scheduled to be signed

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Pakistan to initiate transit trade from its land

Pakistan has decided to open its land routes for transit trade as per an international agreement signed in December in Bali, Indonesia under the World trade Organization (WTO). The agreement calls for all countries to provide such transit for promoting

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Afghan-Indian Working Group agree on expanding trade cooperation

A maiden meeting of the Afghan-Indian Working Group was held in Kabul on Tuesday to confer on strengthening trade cooperation between the two neighboring nations. Indian Commerce Secretary SR Rao assured that his country would continue to cooperate with Afghanistan

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Pakistan’s cement exports to Afghanistan plunge

According to All Pakistan Cement Manufacturing Association (APCMA), exports of cement from Pakistan to Afghanistan have fallen year-on-year during the first quarter of Pakistan’s fiscal year. Cement exports to Afghanistan currently comprise 50% of Pakistan’s cement exports. For the first

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Pakistan's cement exports to Afghanistan plunge

According to All Pakistan Cement Manufacturing Association (APCMA), exports of cement from Pakistan to Afghanistan have fallen year-on-year during the first quarter of Pakistan’s fiscal year. Cement exports to Afghanistan currently comprise 50% of Pakistan’s cement exports. For the first

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Kabul hosts the first ever India-Afghanistan Innovation Partnership Fair

The first ever India-Afghanistan Innovation Partnership Fair is convened in Q-Kabul Hotel from 4th to 5th December with collaboration from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and in coordination with the Indian Embassy in Afghanistan. Organized by the

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Afghanistan, India and Iran to ink transit agreement

A transit agreement is due to be signed between Afghanistan, India and Iran. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs officials, the Afghan government remains committed to work with Iran and India to finalize the transit agreement in a bid

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Afghanistan begins to export products directly to India for the first time in its history

Afghanistan’s export activities through the ChabaharPort in southeastern Iran officially began on Saturday. The port serves as the best alternative to the Pakistan’s Karachi Port where export activities were constantly interrupted by political restrictions and high storage cost. “But it

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