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Afghanistan acts to curb flight of capital

Afghanistan has taken new steps to combat rampant capital flight after the central bank found that the amount of dollars flown out of Kabul doubled to $4.6bn last year. Afghan officials believe many of the brick-sized stacks of $100 bills

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A Step Towards Increasing Afghan Woman Participation in the Labor Market

The Ministry of Finance is partnering with The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to implement and expand the Women in Government Internship Program. The program provides more opportunities to women to gain experience working with Afghan Government Organizations

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Afghan Jewelers Complain about High Taxes

Huge taxes and lack of market for locally made jewellery have left the industry struggling in the capital, Kabul-based traders complain. But the Ministry of Finance says jewellers are taxed in line with the relevant law. A decade ago, most

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Japan's Surprise Trade Surplus

Japan posted a surprise trade surplus in February, after a record high deficit the previous month, as external demand picked up. The surplus stood at 32.9bn yen ($394m; £248m), the Ministry of Finance said. In January the deficit came in

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Japan’s Surprise Trade Surplus

Japan posted a surprise trade surplus in February, after a record high deficit the previous month, as external demand picked up. The surplus stood at 32.9bn yen ($394m; £248m), the Ministry of Finance said. In January the deficit came in

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India market in Calcutta gutted in a fire

A massive fire has swept through one of the oldest markets in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta, destroying the majority of the shops. No casualties have been reported in the blaze at the Hatibagan market, which broke out early

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