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Some Afghan Proverbs

Afghans and Proverbs—quite a combo! Proverbs express the vibrant culture of the people. Afghans are extreme fond of proverbs that deal with friendships, hospitality and the homespun wisdom of family life. Below are some proverbs that Wad Sam would like

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Fuel Purchase from Russia to Control Prices

In an attempt to control oil prices in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Commerce and Industries signed a contract on fuel imports from Russia. The Ministry officilas said that 5,000 tons of petrol purchased from Russia would reach Kabul in a

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The Plight of Millennials

The future of work in advanced economies remains uncertain, as global unemployment rates remain high. Approximately 40 million workers across advanced economies are unemployed and with many nations still struggling to recover from the most recent recession while facing the

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Borrowers given 2 months to return Kabul Bank loans

The government on Tuesday gave borrowers two months time to return loans to the troubled Kabul Bank, the president’s office said. The decision came at a high-level meeting chaired by President Hamid Karzai, the Presidential Palace said in a statement.

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China surpasses US as world's biggest grocery market

China has become the world’s largest market for food and grocery retail, surpassing the US, a study showed. The grocery sector in China was worth £607bn ($972bn) by the end of the 2011, showed research published by IGD. The US

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China surpasses US as world’s biggest grocery market

China has become the world’s largest market for food and grocery retail, surpassing the US, a study showed. The grocery sector in China was worth £607bn ($972bn) by the end of the 2011, showed research published by IGD. The US

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