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8 Kazakh companies signed contracts with Afghan companies

kazakh businesswomanFollowing the “Kazakhstan-Afghanistan business-to-business matchmaking” meeting, eight Kazakh companies signed contracts worth USD 5mn with Afghan companies.

“I have established a great contact with an Afghan trader for exporting butter to Afghanistan. This is just the beginning. We invite our Afghan partners to visit our business in Kazakhstan as well,” said a Kazakh businesswoman.

Addressing a gathering in Kabul on “Kazakhstan-Afghanistan business-to-business matchmaking”, Kazakhstan Ambassador Omirtay Bitimov said businessmen from his country were ready to invest in Afghanistan’s different sectors.

“The private sector of Kazakhstan should not wait for stability in Afghanistan. While waiting for peace to be restored, Kazakh investors will be left with no opportunities in the presence of top investors from other countries,” he said.

He called on strengthening trade relations between the two nations and added that Afghan traders would be offered a cut in customs duty, establishment of industrial parks and other facilities.



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