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First tech exhibition to begin in Kabul from Saturday

First tech exhibition to begin in Kabul from Saturday

Jun 10, 2015 - 14:08

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): The first information technology (IT) expo to be showcasing products, technologies and services from 120 domestic and foreign companies is all set to begin on Saturday in the capital Kabul.

The four-day exhibition is organised by the Center of Afghanistaninfo-icon Exhibitions (CAE) jointly with the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology (MICT) in the Shahr-i-Naw area.

Pajhwok Afghan News agency will also display its mobile application developed for accessing news on Android and IOS devices.

CAE Director Abdul Saboor Attari said the exhibition was aimed to display new technological tools and products in the area of information technology. He said 120 companies mostly owned by Afghans would participate in the exhibition.

Mobile phone service providers would share their achievements and types of SIM cards while business companies would showcase products they imported and supplied to the market, Attari said. He added the CAE was founded in 2015 and had organised three exhibitions across the country so far.

“LG is our supporting partner, Roshan is our diamond sponsor and OQAAB is the golden sponsor in the exhibition,” Attari concluded.



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