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Global survey reveals governments are failing to protect consumers in a changing world

By Ahmad Masoud Kabul, 16 March 2013: Consumers Rights and Services Organization (CRSO) and Peace and Human Rights Organization (PHRO) jointly celebrated World Consumer Rights Day (WCRD) on 16 March in Kabul by organising a round table attended by representatives

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Japan wants to become a part of the TPP free trade talks

Japan wants to join the talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) with the hope it would help revive the Japanese economy. The TPP is a trade agreement currently being negotiated among 11 countries: Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico,

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No recreational parks for families in Kabul city: Kabul residents

A number of Kabul dwellers complained about lack of recreational parks for families. As the spring season is drawing near, Kabul residents are urging the government to build more public parks. According to some residents, there are only a limited

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Afghan Central Bank sells USD 20mn to Afghan Money Exchangers

Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB), Afghanistan’s Central Bank, sold USD 20mn to Afghan Money Exchangers on 16 March 2013, according to Sarai Shahzada. The aforementioned amount was sold at an exchange rate between 53.24 AFN and 53.29 AFN. Sarai Shahzada is

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The Samsung Galaxy S4 Is Completely Amazing and Utterly Boring

Did you see Samsung’s theater of the absurd yesterday? No? Good for you. It unleashed a pale imitation of a Broadway show to roll out its amazing new flagship, the Galaxy S4. There’s a reason Samsung felt the need to

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Afghanistan on the rise in the FIFA World Ranking

Afghanistan have jumped an incredible 48 places to move to 141 in the world (from 189). This result comes after Afghanistan played 3 games in the recent AFC Challenge Cup qualification 2014. Afghanistan won 2 games and draw 1 to

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