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Poor quality flour imported from Iran recovered

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Poor quality flour imported from Iran recovered

flourHerat’s customs officials have recovered over 70 tons of substandard flour imported from Iran through Islam Qala border, Herat’s main transit point with Iran.

Custom Director Khaliqullah said five businessmen had imported 1,444 bags of substandard flour in trucks. The importers have been referred to the attorney office for breaching custom regulations.

He further added the recovered flour bags were buried in the presence of various government agencies’ representatives.

Afghans have repeatedly complained about the poor quality products surging Afghan market.

Many substandard goods make their way to Afghanistan through Islam Qala Port, connecting Iran and Herat.



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