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Equipped for Afghanistan

24 February 2012
Away from the front page headlines,Afghanistan is taking steps forward,commercially. Its considerable mineral wealth is to be mined to provide for its economic development. This means there will be a need for significant construction and infrastructure – new roads, railways, power and water plants, schools, hospitals and housing. And that adds up to opportunities for foreign contractors and suppliers. But just what sort of legal regime might those contractors and suppliers face?


  • Jonathan Olson-Welsh
    T +44 20 3130 3254
  • Tamsin Travers
    T +44 20 3130 3184
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