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Afghan-Indo trade show in Mumbai starts tomorrow

Afghan-Indo trade show in Mumbai starts tomorrow

Sep 11, 2018 - 18:00

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): The second annual India-Afghanistaninfo-icon International Trade and Investment Show, sponsored by the US Agency for International Development (USAIDinfo-icon), will open its doors in Mumbai on Wednesday.

The United States government supports the show to help expand the Afghan economy and create a brighter future for the people of the war-ravaged country, Ambassador John Bass said in a video message on Tuesday.

He said the US wanted Afghanistan to succeed.  “We are committed to helping everyone in this societyinfo-icon working to create a future Afghanistan in which all its citizens can live in peace and dignity.  That includes Afghan businesses – the private sector,” he added.

Bass will be joining Afghan, Indian, and US business leaders and senior government representatives to explore ways to strengthen regional economic ties and help the Afghan people prosper at the show.

Last year, the US-sponsored “Passage to Prosperity” conference, attended by more than 1000 Afghan, Indian, and international entrepreneurs, produced more than $27 million in business contracts and another $240 million in investment deals.
The event showcases the best of Afghan commerce and industry -- a platform for Afghans to help the worldinfo-icon understand there is much more to this country than violence and conflict. 

The conference enables Afghan businesses to reach new markets; expand their networks; and forge business and investment deals that grow the economy and create new employment.  

In Mumbai, a wider audience – potential new friends – will have a chance to see and learn about the opportunities that await them in Afghanistan. 


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