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Businessmen sign $2mn contracts in Afghan-Iran economic exhibition

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Businessmen sign $2mn contracts in Afghan-Iran economic exhibition

Afghan and Iranian businessmen signed contracts worth USD 2mn during the 2nd Afghanistan-Iran joint economic exhibition held in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan.

Over 10,000 people visited the exhibition which was held from December 6-9, and  32 Iranian and 8 Afghan firms participated in the exhibition.

One sidelines of the event, in a joint meeting Afghan businessmen called for importing some famous Iranian firms’ production lines.

The current volume of trade between Iran and Afghanistan is $2,600,000,000.


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