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Large imports stabilize consumer goods’ prices ahead of Ramadan

Prices of consumer products stabilize as Ramadan approached as a result of increase in imports. Price of a 50-kilogramme bag of Brazilian sugar was sold at 2,020 afs, similar quantity of Pakistani rice sold at 3,100 afs, and same quantity

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3 Interview Questions That Reveal Everything

Employee fit is crucial. Here’s a simple way to know if a job candidate is right for your business. Interviewing job candidates is tough, especially because some candidates are a lot better at interviewing than they are at working. To

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Pace Design-Afghanistan's First Designing Company

Pace Design is Afghanistan’s first interior design company established in 2010 and registered with Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA). Pace Design, a dedicated team of local and International interior designers, is a part of the Afghan-led Pace Group of Companies

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Pace Design-Afghanistan’s First Designing Company

Pace Design is Afghanistan’s first interior design company established in 2010 and registered with Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA). Pace Design, a dedicated team of local and International interior designers, is a part of the Afghan-led Pace Group of Companies

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China pledges USD 20bn in credit for Africa

China pledged USD 20bn in credit for Africa at a summit in Beijing with leaders from 50 African nations. Africa and China have been trading partners since 2009, when China pledged half of this year’s amount to Africa. As developing

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South Korea Banks to be investigated for Rate-Rigging

The Fair Trade Commission is looking at South Korean banks, Kookmin, Shinhan, Woori, and Hana for rigging rates of certificates of deposit (CD). Certificates of Deposit (CD) is used as a benchmark to set lending rates. A CD is a

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Zabul Residents Protest in Kabul

Some residents of Zabul province in protest against the existence of corruption, land confiscation and the slow process of reconstruction in Zabul protested in Kabul before the National Assembly on Wednesday. The protestors criticized the lack of attention from the

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Capital One Fined for Deceptive Marketing Tactics

A US regulator has fined the credit card provider Capital One for misleading millions of customers into buying unnecessary products. Consumers were deceived to pay for extras such as payment protection and credit monitoring when they took out a card.

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Windows 8 to be launched on October 26

Microsoft confirmed at its annual sales meeting that Windows 8 will be launched on October 26. Microsoft is all set to challenge Apple’s bestselling iPad with its upcoming touchscreen computers powered by Windows 8 system. The device can run standard

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