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ANSA works to establish quality certification institution

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ANSA works to establish quality certification institution

afghanistan fruitsIn a bid to enhance Afghan products’ quality and boost exports, the Afghan National Standards Authority (ANSA) has approached donors to create accredited institution to issue quality certificates.

ANSA Technical Deputy Mujeeb-ul-Rahman Khateer said the institution would issue quality certificates based on international standards for Afghan products.

The institution would be formed within the framework of ANSA, he added.

According to ANSA officials, quality certificates would be initially issued to food and agriculture industries and in later stages to textile and mining products.



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