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Turkey and Afghanistan sign an agreement on trade fairs

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Turkey and Afghanistan sign an agreement on trade fairs

afghanistan-turkeyAfghanistan inked accord with Turkey on trade fairs that enable the two countries to conduct trade fairs on each other’s soil.

The agreement was signed on Tuesday between the Chief of Afghanistan Chamber of commerce and Industries (ACCI) Mohammad Qurban Haqjo and Secretary General of Afghan-Turkish Industrialist and Businessmen Association Murat Akyuz in Kabul.

“Afghanistan offers some of the best business opportunities for foreign investors, in particular for Turkish entrepreneurs,” said Mr. Akyuz.

Mr. Haqjo said a three-day Afghan-Turk trade exhibition would be held in Kabul in April.

Turkish companies have flourished significantly in the past few years.

The ACCI had previously supported a join exhibition of Afghan and Turkish traders in a bid to strengthen friendship and trade ties with Turkey.



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