Tata power, the largest power generation company in India, on Wednesday inked a pact with the Afghanistan government-owned power distribution company Da Afghanistan Bresha Sherkat (DABS) for distribution, transmission and generation of power in the neighbouring country in coming days.
The MoU was signed between Sanjay Banga, CEO of Tata Power Delhi Distribution and Dr Amanullah Ghalib, CEO, DABS in presence of Praveer Sinha, CEO, MD, Tata power Delhi Distribution and Dr Mohammad Humayon Qayoumi, Finance Minister of Afghanistan.
The MoU was signed on the first day of the four-day “Passage to Prosperity: India-Afghanistan International Trade and Investment Show” organised by USAID which opened here on Wednesday.
The four-day event was inaugurated by Dr Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of Afghanistan along with Mr Subhash Desai, Minister of Industry, Maharashtra Government, John R Bass, US Ambassador in Afghanistan, Marykay L Carlson, Charge D Affairs US Embassy in India and Praveer Sinha, CEO MD, Tata power.
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