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JORHAT, Feb 20 � Afghanistan�s Ambassador to India Shaida Mohammad Abdali here today invited the State�s entrepreneurs and traders to invest in his country, which has already opened up business opportunities in agricultural, tourism, mineral and service sectors for India.

After discussions with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, the Afghan Ambassador said his country is ready to start joint business venture with the local investors through memorandum of understanding as business opportunities are yet to be tapped in the country, which was ravaged by terrorists activities years ago.

�Afghanistan is ready for business with you. We will encourage you for joint ventures. After discussions with the Chief Minister, I propose to Assam Chamber of Commerce for memorandum of understanding. We have found common ground in terms of business in agriculture, tourism and many other sectors,� said Abdali at the Assam-Afghanistan Business Session here in the Assam International Industrial Fair.

According to the Ambassador, Afghanistan has already improved its own security system in the entire country for promoting trade and commerce. He added that their National Unity Government liberalised the trade and economic policy of the country and introduced a three-year entry visa for Indian nationals to do business there.

As the tea produced in Assam has a lucrative market in Afghanistan, he invited the local traders to explore the profitable business in his country.

Along with Abdali, Economic Counsellor of Afghanistan Embassy Sayed Mujtaba Ahmadi, Chairperson of Northeast Advisory Council Ranjit Borthakur and many other dignitaries and local entrepreneurs attended the discussion.

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Afghan envoy invites local entrepreneurs

JORHAT, Feb 20 � Afghanistan�s Ambassador to India Shaida Mohammad Abdali here today invited the State�s entrepreneurs and traders to invest in his country, which has already opened up business opportunities in agricultural, tourism, mineral and service sectors for India.

After discussions with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, the Afghan Ambassador said his country is ready to start joint business venture with the local investors through memorandum of understanding as business opportunities are yet to be tapped in the country, which was ravaged by terrorists activities years ago.

�Afghanistan is ready for business with you. We will encourage you for joint ventures. After discussions with the Chief Minister, I propose to Assam Chamber of Commerce for memorandum of understanding. We have found common ground in terms of business in agriculture, tourism and many other sectors,� said Abdali at the Assam-Afghanistan Business Session here in the Assam International Industrial Fair.

According to the Ambassador, Afghanistan has already improved its own security system in the entire country for promoting trade and commerce. He added that their National Unity Government liberalised the trade and economic policy of the country and introduced a three-year entry visa for Indian nationals to do business there.

As the tea produced in Assam has a lucrative market in Afghanistan, he invited the local traders to explore the profitable business in his country.

Along with Abdali, Economic Counsellor of Afghanistan Embassy Sayed Mujtaba Ahmadi, Chairperson of Northeast Advisory Council Ranjit Borthakur and many other dignitaries and local entrepreneurs attended the discussion.