MoF spokesman says Afghanistan has received the loans with easy terms and the amount is payable in 25 years.
Officials said Afghan and Japanese investors will meet in Dubai to discuss mechanized agriculture.
Officials said since November, more than 1,300 tons of pine nuts have been exported to China.
The new factory will process and package pine nuts in line with international norms.
The Banks Union says this is an important step in the development of banking in the country.
India shows interest in helping Afghanistan tap into its oil and gas reserves.
Fifty percent of the total invested by women in the country is in Kabul.
Ghor, Paktia, Laghman and Uruzgan are among provinces with lowest level of investment by women, statistics show.
They say that underground water is a national asset and nobody has the right to sell groundwater to people.
Afghan investors said they see the journey as a good opportunity for further ease trade and transit through the route.
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