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Afghans Invest $150 Billion Abroad: Azizi

The acting Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MoIC), Nooruddin Azizi, said that Afghan investors have invested approximately $150 billion in countries like UAE, Turkey and Pakistan.

In a TOLOnews debate, Azizi vowed that the Islamic Emirate is making all-out efforts to bring facilities for investors.

The acting minister said that only in Turkey, Afghan investors invested nearly $95 billion.

“The Afghans have made major investments in Iran. Based on unconfirmed statistics, the Afghans invested around $3 billion in Pakistan. Based on accurate statistics, $55 billion has been invested in the UAE,” he said.

The Islamic Emirate’s officials have repeatedly made statements about increasing exports and imports as well as the level of investment in the country.

Meanwhile, the head of the Afghan business council in the UAE, Haji Obaidullah Sader Khail, said that the investors should be provided with further facilities in a bid to be encouraged for investment in Afghanistan.

“The trader does not want anything from the government but security, which is very good now- also there should be no corruption which is reduced now. But the trader should have banking facilities to transfer its money,” Sader Khail said.

“There is potential for investment inside Afghanistan. There is work capacity in Afghanistan. We hope further facilities will be provided, so the investments of the Afghans will be attracted in Afghanistan,” said Sakhi Ahmad Payman, deputy head of Afghanistan Chamber of Industry and Mines.

Earlier, the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MoMP) said that the national and foreign investors have made contracts for investment of more than $7 billion since the Islamic Emirate came to power.

Afghans Invest $150 Billion Abroad: Azizi

In a TOLOnews debate, Azizi vowed that the Islamic Emirate is making all-out efforts to bring facilities for investors.

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The acting Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MoIC), Nooruddin Azizi, said that Afghan investors have invested approximately $150 billion in countries like UAE, Turkey and Pakistan.

In a TOLOnews debate, Azizi vowed that the Islamic Emirate is making all-out efforts to bring facilities for investors.

The acting minister said that only in Turkey, Afghan investors invested nearly $95 billion.

“The Afghans have made major investments in Iran. Based on unconfirmed statistics, the Afghans invested around $3 billion in Pakistan. Based on accurate statistics, $55 billion has been invested in the UAE,” he said.

The Islamic Emirate’s officials have repeatedly made statements about increasing exports and imports as well as the level of investment in the country.

Meanwhile, the head of the Afghan business council in the UAE, Haji Obaidullah Sader Khail, said that the investors should be provided with further facilities in a bid to be encouraged for investment in Afghanistan.

“The trader does not want anything from the government but security, which is very good now- also there should be no corruption which is reduced now. But the trader should have banking facilities to transfer its money,” Sader Khail said.

“There is potential for investment inside Afghanistan. There is work capacity in Afghanistan. We hope further facilities will be provided, so the investments of the Afghans will be attracted in Afghanistan,” said Sakhi Ahmad Payman, deputy head of Afghanistan Chamber of Industry and Mines.

Earlier, the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MoMP) said that the national and foreign investors have made contracts for investment of more than $7 billion since the Islamic Emirate came to power.

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