Foundation Stone of 6 Production Factories laid in Kabul

(Last Updated On: September 28, 2016)

9President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani who has attended in laying the foundation stone of the six production factories in Kabul city has said that Afghanistan won’t reach to a Independent political stability unless its economic independent stability is met.

He said,” Afghanistan should be changed into big exporter country, and the level of the its export and import should be the same.”

Alkozai group of company has invested $ 300 million in Afghanistan, laying the stone foundation of the second Surubi power dam is the second economy project which its memorandum of understanding was signed between the Government of Alkozai Company.

Further President Ghani went on and said,” We have always defend from our country, the main problem for the Government is the economy issue, I insist that Afghanistan to become an exporter country, we need to maintain the balance of the exporting and importing.”

The six production factories will produce first aid and foods.

Minister of Urban development and housing Sayed Mansour Saadat Nadiri said,” $ 300 million is the biggest investing act in the country, by launching the following factories it will create 2000 jobs opportunities and indirectly thousand others will be benefited.”

Members at Alkozai group of company have stated that efforts are underway to inaugurate the factories by coming 2018 in the country.

Representative of Alkozai Company Khaybarullah Arefi said,” we have invested $300 million over producing of cold drinks, chips, biscuits, Tissue paper.”

During the signing of the memorandum of understanding on investing in the second electricity dam of Surubi Minister of Water and Electricity Ali Ahmad Osmani said,” this is the second biggest economy project launched by the Alkozai Company.

Reported by Ahmad Farshad Saleh

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