The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.
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ANSA’s revenue increased by 4pc comparing to previous year

Officials for Afghanistan National Standard Authority (ANSA) have informed of 4 percent increase in the authority’s incomes in 2022 comparing to 2021. According to the ANSA officials, the country’s national standard authority revenue has jumped to 2 billion AFG. “The revenue of Afghanistan National Standard Authority has increased by 4 percent comparing to the previous year,” said Mullah Faizullah Tamim, director of the country’s national standard authority. He added that they have col past one year, showing considerable increase comparing to previous years. Pointing to transparency in quality control of oil, Tamim said that he was sure of 80 transparency in quality control process of oil, adding that more than 1,000 tankers from 60,000 tankers importing oil to the country have been turned back as their oil has not been standard. Meanwhile, head of quality control department of the country’s national standard authority Mufti Fazil Rahman Mansour said that they have already installed labs of construction materials in Kabul, the capital, Herat’s Islam Qala and Jalalabad’s Torkham ports, adding that 32,415 trucks loaded with construction materials have undergone the quality control process. In connection with improvement of oil quality in the country, Mansour said that professional personnel of the country’s national standard authority have tested 1,231 samples of oil, gas and engine oil in central laboratory and their quality has been approved. He added that mobile team of the country’s national standard authority’s lab has monitored oil stations in Kabul, Kandahar, Herat, Farah, Nangarhar and Helmand provinces, saying that they have finished with assessment and monitoring 350 oil stations in Kabul where 100 oil stations have been sealed due to selling low-quality oil. He further said that 80 oil stations have been sealed in Kandahar, 20 in Herat, 20 in Farah, 10 in Nangarhar and 40 oil stations have been sealed in Helmand due to selling low-quality oil. Head of quality control of the country’s national standard authority asked all the traders and citizens to refrain from importing, producing and delivering nonstandard materials into the country’ markets. The ANSA officials also by pointing to the achievements of the country’s national standard authority in the past said that a delegation of the Afghanistan National Standards Authority visited Uzbekistan to discuss the import of standard gas and other materials. Pointing to future plans of the country’s national standard authority, the officials said that eight projects are underway to increase the standardization process in 1402 in Afghanistan. Samiullah Momand

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.