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    ACCI's threat to cut trade ties with Iran will affect both countries: experts

    KABUL (PAN): Economic experts say the threat by Afghanistan's Chamber of Commerce and Industries to cut commercial ties with Iran is not in the interest of either country.



    Governance

    Japan pledges $10m to support MRRD

    KABUL(PAN): Japan will provide the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) $10million in donation to support the ministry's different plans, including the national solidarity pr



    Business & Economics

    Fuel prices jump in Kabul as Iran blocks shipments

    KABUL(PAN): Fuel prices rose by about 27.4 percent, with petrol about 12.3 percent, during the outgoing week as a result of shortages after Iran blocked shipments of oil into Afghanistan, Kabul-bas



    Accidents & Disasters

    Needy families distributed food items in Kabul

    KABUL(PAN): The Afghanistan's Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) on Thursday distributed food items among 3,000 needy families in the capital Kabul, an official said.



    Governance,Security and Crime

    Peace council delegation to visit Pakistan: Omar

    KABUL (PAN): A delegation of the High Peace Council will visit Pakistan next week for talks with Pakistani officials on how to bring peace and stability to the region, a presidential spokesman said



    Governance,Security and Crime

    Peace council delegation to visit Pakistan: Omar

    KABUL (PAN): A delegation of the High Peace Council will visit Pakistan next week for talks with Pakistani officials on how to bring peace and stability to the region, a presidential spokesman said



    Security and Crime

    Mobile phone companies fined for poor services

    KABUL(PAN): Afghanistan's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (ATRA) has fined four private mobile companies for delivering poor quality services to customers, an official said on Saturday.



    Business & Economics

    Gas down, sugar up in Kabul

    KABUL (PAN): Prices of liquefied gas came down and sugar went up, while rates of other daily-used commodities remained unchanged in Kabul last week, retailers said.



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    Karzai off to Turkey for ECO summit

    KABUL (PAN): President Hamid Karzai Wednesday left for Turkey to represent Afghanistan at the 11th Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) summit in Ankara, his deputy spokesman said.



    Governance

    Karzai off to Turkey for ECO summit

    KABUL (PAN): President Hamid Karzai Wednesday left for Turkey to represent Afghanistan at the 11th Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) summit in Ankara, his deputy spokesman said.