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Last Published: 11/2/2016

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The Afghan government, through the Afghan Airfield Economic Development Commission (AAEDC), is considering Special Economic Zones (SEZs) to develop certain military bases and airfields that will eventually be transferred to Afghan civilian control. If the plan is approved the Afghan government will need to enact SEZ laws and regulations before such zones can be established.

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Afghanistan Economic Development and Investment