10 Contracts Worth 3.6 Billion Afghanis Signed

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Wednesday December 6, 2017

Kabul (BNA) National Procurement Commission has signed 10 contracts costing up to 3.6 billion Afghanis in a meeting held at the country’s presidential palace, a statement said Tuesday.
The contracts covered projects for the Kabul municipality, construction of bridge in northern Takhar province, providing facilities for the Afghan Brishna Shirkat (Kabul main power Supply Company) and providing functioning facilities for the Hodkhil pylon building factory’s electricity and so on, said the statement. The commission, in addition, conditionally approved some fuel contracts of the ministry of interior and rejected a contract relating to the Asan Khedmat’s first center’s administrative building, due to some reasons. Speaking on the issue, the country’s president emphasized on support to domestic products and urged for strengthening domestic companies to invest in the country.

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