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MoUs signed to facilitate Afghanistan’s trade

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MoUs signed to facilitate Afghanistan’s trade

A number of Memorandum of Understandings (MoU) have been signed between the Export Promotion Agency of Afghanistan (EPAA), Afghanistan International Bank (AIB) and Afghan Rural Finance Company (ARFC) to facilitate trade and businesses in Afghanistan.

The MoUs will enhance Afghan businesses’ access to finance and help them increase their product sales.

As per the agreements signed, Afghan traders can obtain up to USD 7mn in loan with a lower interest from AIB.

The key objectives of the MoUs are lower interest rate, offering a preferential collateral requirements which meet traders capabilities and contributing to the capacity building of EPAA members and professional development of EPAA employees.



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