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Ariana Airline Collapsed Due to High Government Officials

Ariana Afghan Airlines chief Nasir Hakimi claimed before the Parliament’s Economic Commission that high-ranking government officials used to travel in flights of other lines instead of the national flag carrier, as a result of which the airline collapsed. The airline

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Turkmenistan plans to attract investors for the TAPI Project

Turkmenistan’s government says they are making efforts to attract foreign investors for extending a new gas pipeline project that will connect Central Asia with South Asia. Some analysts are skeptical of the TAPI (Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India) pipeline project

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Afghan Government making effort to promote insurance culture

Ministry of Mines hosted a one day conference on introducing insurance to the employees of the ministry. Afghan Insurance Commissioner Fazl Bari Mumtaz has undertaken the task of spreading knowledge of insurance, starting within the government offices. According to Mr.

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Economics of Crime- Is Crime Rational?

IT HAS been a bumper summer for corporate fines and settlements. In the past three months alone firms in Britain and America have agreed to pay out over $10 billion because of wrongdoing. But the economics of crime suggests that

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US To Increase Assistance For Reconstruction Process In Daikundi

US Embassy officials gave their commitment to continuing their contribution towards the reconstruction process in Daikundi. The financial assistance would mostly be allocated towards improvement of health facilities, schools and roads, which Governor of Daikundi province Qurban Ali Urozgani stated

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Eurozone Crisis Negative Effects on Afghan Aid

Italy and Spain, two of the Eurozone countries who are majorly involved in the development and rebuilding process of Afghanistan, are cutting back their aid due to the debt crises widening at home. Italy scaled back its aid to Afghanistan

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