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|Notes=Companies promoting nation-building are creating physical infrastructure such as building roads, airports and other networks in countries either disseminated by war or undergoing intense growth. Nation-building can also refer to the creation of financial structures and networks.  Roshan is an example of a company with nation-building projects, some of which are described in Creating Social Value, (Kiser, Leipziger, and Shubert).  
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|Resource description=Since inception in 2003, we have invested approximately $600 million in Afghanistan. To date, we are the country's single largest investor and the largest taxpayer, contributing approximately 5% of the Afghan government's overall domestic revenue. In addition, Roshan directly employs more than 1,100 people, of which, 19% are women, and provides indirect employment to more than 30,000 people. We are committed to providing training and developing opportunities to each and every employee, helping to cultivate the next generation of Afghan leaders and skilled employees.  
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|Resource description=Since inception in 2003, we have invested approximately $600 million in Afghanistan. To date, we are the country's single largest investor and the largest taxpayer, contributing approximately 5% of the Afghan government's overall domestic revenue. In addition, Roshan directly employs more than 1,100 people, of which, 19% are women, and provides indirect employment to more than 30,000 people. We are committed to providing training and developing opportunities to each and every employee, helping to cultivate the next generation of Afghan leaders and skilled employees.
|Resource url=http://www.roshan.af/Roshan/About_Roshan/About_Roshan.aspx
|Resource url=http://www.roshan.af/Roshan/About_Roshan/About_Roshan.aspx
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|Resource description=Creating Social Value, Cheryl Kiser, Deborah Leipziger, J. Janelle Shubert, Greenleaf, 2014, pages p. 33-42
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Term or phrase Nation-building
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Notes Companies promoting nation-building are creating physical infrastructure such as building roads, airports and other networks in countries either disseminated by war or undergoing intense growth. Nation-building can also refer to the creation of financial structures and networks. Roshan is an example of a company with nation-building projects, some of which are described in Creating Social Value, (Kiser, Leipziger, and Shubert).
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Resource description Since inception in 2003, we have invested approximately $600 million in Afghanistan. To date, we are the country's single largest investor and the largest taxpayer, contributing approximately 5% of the Afghan government's overall domestic revenue. In addition, Roshan directly employs more than 1,100 people, of which, 19% are women, and provides indirect employment to more than 30,000 people. We are committed to providing training and developing opportunities to each and every employee, helping to cultivate the next generation of Afghan leaders and skilled employees.
Resource url http://www.roshan.af/Roshan/About_Roshan/About_Roshan.aspx


Resource description Creating Social Value, Cheryl Kiser, Deborah Leipziger, J. Janelle Shubert, Greenleaf, 2014, pages p. 33-42
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