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Delhi Investment Summit on Afghanistan was a Success- US

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Delhi Investment Summit on Afghanistan was a Success- US

The US lauded the international investment summit on Afghanistan hosted in New Delhi, India.

The meeting was defined as “very very successful”.

It was a very, very successful meeting, and it brought lots of international business interest, including American interest, but also a huge amount of interest from Indian-based firms in investing, contributing to the growth, prosperity, economy of Afghanistan,” State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland told reporters.

Over a dozen American companies, including big companies like DuPont, Price Waterhouse Cooper, General Electric, ExxonMobile, participated in the Investment Summit on Afghanistan today in New Delhi.

The Summit is an evidence for India’s government showing their support and assistance to Afghanistan. The purpose of the Summit is to set the initiative to strengthen private sector investment and the bilateral relation between India and Afghanistan.

The Summit was to help the companies to explore some investment opportunities.

Afghan companies were encouraged to take part in the Summit.

The US had hailed Delhi Investment Summit on Afghanistan. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had mentioned it during her Delhi visit and gain when the Indian delegation led by external affairs minister came to Washington for the India-US strategic dialogue.


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