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New markets opened in Maimana

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New markets opened in Maimana

market inaugurationFunded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), three new markets have been inaugurated in Maimana city of Faryab province.

Maimana mayor Nazar Mohammad Sahibzada told Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) the two food markets were built on two acres of land and the fruit market on one acre.

The establishment of new markets would help bring buyers and sellers closer and facilitate business.

The source adds that a women’s market and a new bridge would be constructed in near future with financial collaboration from the USAID.



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