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U.S.-funded facilities barely working in Afghan camp

U.S.-funded facilities barely working in Afghan camp

Washington Examiner January 8, 2015  A U.S.-funded power plant and fueling station at an Afghan military complex in Kabul were barely functioning nearly two years after contractors finished building them, a watchdog report said.  Another U.S.-backed project, a dining hall for soldiers at the Afghan National Army’s Camp Commando,...

Wednesday, January 14 2015

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Does Afghanistan’s New Mining Law Benefit Its Mafias?

Does Afghanistan’s New Mining Law Benefit Its Mafias?

Foreign Policy SEPTEMBER 3, 2014 After years of delay, Afghanistan's parliament finally passed a new mining law, the Law on Mining 2014. On Aug. 16, Afghan President Hamid Karzai signed the law into being. Yet experts say the law lacks safeguards against corruption and is likely to facilitate the...

Friday, September 05 2014

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Development projects are inefficient

Development projects are inefficient

  Thursday, 14 August 2014 Economic commentators discussed the issues confronted by development projects such as the Ainak Copper Mine and the Hajigak Iron Mine, stating that foreign investors have backed out of honoring their initial commitments.  In addition, they asserted that since the projects are under the supervision...

Monday, August 18 2014

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SAIL resumes negotiations to setup $1.14b steel plant in Afghanistan

SAIL resumes negotiations to setup $1.14b steel plant in Afghanistan

August 9, 2014  The approval of the new Afghan mining law has paved the way for the resumption of negotiations by the Steel Authority of India Ltd-led Afghan Iron and Steel Consortium (AIFSCO) for the set up of $1.14 billion steel plant in Afghanistan.  According to the officials aware...

Wednesday, August 13 2014

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Money on War Against Drug Wasted

Money on War Against Drug Wasted

  03 August, 2014 In a recent report, the United States Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) said that an amount of $7.6 billion was allocated to fight the war against drug in Afghanistan, but the outcome of the invested amount proved negative and questionable.  According to the officials...

Thursday, August 07 2014

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The United States Has Outspent the Marshall Plan to Rebuild Afghanistan

The United States Has Outspent the Marshall Plan to Rebuild Afghanistan

Foreign Policy JULY 30, 2014 In June of 1947, Secretary of State George Marshall delivered a wholly unexpected commencement speech to the newly minted graduates of Harvard University. The United States, Marshall announced, would launch a massive reconstruction effort to rebuild Europe in the devastating aftermath of World War...

Monday, August 04 2014

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