Afghan domestic products exhibition held in Kabul Tuesday in support of the private sector says the Ministry of Industry and Commerce of Afghanistan, adding such exhibitions will be held outside the country for marketing Afghan products.
During the opening ceremony of the exhibition, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, spokesperson, Zabihullah Mujahid called the industry and trade important for the growth of the country’s economy.
The country’s Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Sheikh Mohammad Sharif Haqqani said that businessmen in order to attain the trust of the people, in their businesses, should be honest in their business deals.
The Industry and Commerce Minister, Nooruddin Azizi, thanked the businessmen for investing in various sectors in the country and called on the Afghan businessmen and investors who are abroad to return home to and invest in the country.
The participants in this exhibition offered optimism and said that they can promote their products in this exhibition.
The exhibition has been organized for three days with more than 100 booths, 50 of the booths belong to women who displayed their products. (ILKHA)
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