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Afghan imports decline at Hairatan Harbor while exports go up

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Afghan imports decline at Hairatan Harbor while exports go up

hairatan portAccording to Hairatan Harbor officials, imports have decreased by 46% as at March of this year compared to last year, while exports show an increase of 67%.

Head of Hairatan Harbor Services Office, Mohammad Yaqub Zazai, cited disappearance of goods at the port and high import tariffs as the reasons for the declining imports.

Meanwhile, exporters urged the government to exempt exporters from customs and tariffs to boost exports.



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