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10th Annual U.S.-Afghanistan Business Matchmaking Conference ended in Washington

(Last Updated On: December 12, 2014)

9The Afghan American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) 10th Annual U.S. Afghanistan Business Matchmaking Conference 2014 (BMC 2014) ended in Washington.
The Afghan economy, employment and their relationship to successfully ending the conflict in Afghanistan was the major issue discussed at the U.S.-Afghan Business Matchmaking Conference presented by the Afghan-American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) on December 9, 10 and 11 in Washington, D.C.
Chairman of US Senate committee on foreign relations once again assured Washington’s long-term commitments on Afghanistan’s reconstruction at this conference.
Representative of Afghanistan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) also spotted AWCC’s plans and said that the company intends to create more facilities in mobile phones for the Afghan people.
Representative of AWCC noted that Afghanistan Wireless Communication Company has signed an agreement with World Food Programme (WFP) that people can be able to gain food from stores through transfer money services.
Meanwhile, a number of Afghan merchants expressed optimism about the future of Afghanistan.
The Afghan-American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) presented its first business-to-business matchmaking conferences in 2005. Its purpose was to match and to help U.S. and Afghan diverse small businesses connect with U.S. and Afghan government agency representatives, and directors and managers of large U.S., Afghan and Foreign corporations that have common business interests and opportunities.

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