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Next year’s budget should pay more attention towards energy, water, agriculture & resources

 A Kabul University lecturer, Ustad Saifuddin Saihoon in connection with budget of 1397 solar year that recently presented to senate by ministry of finance, in ... Full story

Fire extinguishers should be installed in commercial buildings, houses

 The constructions which were built in the past, lacked every essential and emergency fire extinguishing facilities. The new leadership of Kabul Municipality has recently codified ... Full story

1st Indian wheat consignment via Chabahar reaches Afghanistan

 In a significant sign of trilateral cooperation, the first consignment of wheat from India to Afghanistan, that was flagged off by Indian External Affairs Minister ... Full story

5th National Saffron Conference held in Kabul

 KABUL: The fifth National Saffron Conference titled ‘Production, Processing, Marketing’ was held yesterday by Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) in Kabul. According to The ... Full story

Afghanistan: The Heart of Silk Road in Asia

 Reviving and building connectivity across the Eurasian landmass based on the commercial networks of the ancient Silk Road underpins one of the key economic goals ... Full story

3000 poultry farms operating in Afghanistan

 Afghandost is the only supplier capable of offering a wide range of solution for the poultry sector. Afghanistan processing and packaging company has always made ... Full story

Kabul pre-condition for reopening of Waga Port

 The authorities of government of Afghanistan have proclaimed that this country to join to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in a time that Pakistan to keep ... Full story

Chabahar port agreement & its economic benefits for Afghanistan

 Chabahar port has been finally opened as trade route to Afghanistan and the first shipmen of wheat reached from India to Afghanistan via the respective ... Full story

Afghan-Pak authorities should tackle trade problems

 Pakistan has reportedly increased taxes on Afghan goods, causing the country’s traders to stop fresh fruits export to the neighboring country. The country’s traders in southern ... Full story

Implementation of TAPI project brings economic opportunities, regional stability

 TAPI is the abbreviation for a gas transmission pipeline that starts from Turkmenistan, passes through Afghanistan and Pakistan and reaches to India. This project can ... Full story

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