Competition Promotion and Consumer Protection Directorate(CPCPD)
Ministry of Commerce and Industries, Afghanistan
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Press Releases
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The Government of Afghanistan Advises the Business Community to Embrace Competition to Promote Healthy Economic Environment.
Kabul: 8 December 2013 - The Deputy Minister of Commerce and Industries responsible for Private Sector Development, Mr. Motasel Komaki said that the Government of Afghanistan is highly committed to ensuring that competition remains the lifeblood of doing business in Afghanistan. Mr. Komaki said this during this year’s commemoration of World Competition Day held at the Ministry’s Head office in Kabul.
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World Consumer Rights Day Celebration in Afghanistan
Kabul, 19 March 2013:  The Ministry of Commerce and Industries through the Competition Promotion and Consumer Protection Directorate (CPCPD) in Afghanistan celebrated the World Consumer Rights Day on 16 March 2013 at the Ministry’s headquarters in Kabul. This year’s theme for the celebration was “Consumer Justice Now”.
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Afghanistan Celebrates World Consumer Rights Day
Kabul, 13 March 2013:  March 15 is World Consumer Rights Day. The Government of Afghanistan will celebrate the day on 16 March 2013 at the Ministry of Commerce and Industries in Kabul starting at 9:30 a.m. This year’s theme is “Consumer Justice Now”.  To mark the day activities will include speeches and presentation aimed at sensitizing the public on the significance of the day and the consumer rights.
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Afghanistan Observes World Competition Day
Kabul, 5 December 2012:  5th December is World Competition Day and Afghanistan today joined the international community in observing the day. The activities to mark the day took place at the Ministry of Commerce and Industries in Kabul.
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Afghanistan Observes World Competition Day
Kabul, 4 December 2012:  5th December is World Competition Day and Afghanistan joins the international community in observing the day. The activities to mark the day will take place at the Ministry of Commerce and Industries in Kabul from 9:00 a.m., which will include speeches focusing on the importance of the day.
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Ministry of Commerce and Industries
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
International Competition Network
Consumer International  
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