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8 Afghan companies to embark on infra projects

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8 Afghan companies to embark on infra projects

afghanistanFunded by the World Bank, infrastructure projects would be executed in the Qala Zal, Kashm, Tagab and Wars districts of northern Kunduz, north-eastern Badakhshan, central Bamyan and northern Baghlan province.

The projects worth USD 7.4mn are given to eight Afghan companies and are expected to be made operational within a year.

Deputy Minister of Public Works Mohammad Akbar Barakzai said the projects would benefit thousands of residents and have a positive impact on healthcare, education, security and economy in the provinces.

The infrastructure projects include construction of 7 roads and 2 bridges.

According to the Ministry of Public Works, more than 11,000 km of roadways and several bridges have been constructed in numerous villages across the country.



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