Islamic Emirate striving to facilitate industry: Officials

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According to Payman, many factories face a shortage of raw materials, and the economic crisis in the country has negatively affected a large number of factories.

The Islamic Emirate says that it is working to rapidly provide facilities to business people and investors.

During a visit to the Kabul Industrial Park, officials of the Islamic Emirate said that they were trying to provide necessary facilities for industry in the country.

“We have the capital, the Islamic Emirate supports manufacturers and will provide them with what they need,” said Zabiullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the Islamic Emirate.

Meanwhile, the Afghanistan’s Chamber of Industries and Mines says they signed a memorandum of understanding with Iran, based on which Afghanistan’s trade with Iran will increase, especially with imports of machinery.

“We signed a memorandum of understanding; in the past Iran was sending us products but we did not have a joint arrangement with them, they were sending goods that exist in Afghanistan. Our demand was that they should send us equipment,” said Shirbaz Kaminzada, head of the Afghan Chamber of Industries and Mines.

In the meantime, the Afghan Chamber of Industries and Mines said they want to expand trade with other countries in the area of technology.

“We ask every country to bring technology to Afghanistan instead of their own products, so that we can use technology and make progress in the industrial sector,” said Sakhi Ahmad Payman, head of the Kabul Chamber of Industries and Mines. According to Payman, many factories face a shortage of raw materials, and the economic crisis in the country has negatively affected a large number of factories.

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