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More Than 9000 Containers of Afghan Goods Stopped in Pakistan

Afghanistan chamber of commerce and industry (ACCI) said that more than 9 thousand containers full of Afghanistan’s goods have been stopped in Pakistan, inflicting a daily loss of about $2 million on Afghan traders.   Khan Jan Alokozai, a member of

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Afghan traders accuse the government for the soaring prices

In retaliation to the government’s decision on the collection of taxes at entry points, Afghan traders protested and halted supplying goods to major cities. The number of trucks stranded at the gates has increased from 3000 to 6000, according to

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Poor quality flour imported from Iran recovered

Herat’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

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Stranded fruit issue to be taken up with Uzbeks

Pajhwok Afghan News- A delegation is leaving for Tashkent in the nearest future to take up with the Uzbek authorities the issue of a stranded train loaded with dried fruit belonging to Afghan traders at the Hairatan port, officials in

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60 tankers of poor quality oil are prevented from entering Afghanistan-Herat officials

Herat’s oil and gas department reported that 60 tankers of poor quality oil are prevented from entering Afghanistan this year. According to the officials, these tankers were coming from Iran. Director of the oil and gas department Khesraw Abdullah said

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Iran, Afghanistan Interested in Growingly Increasing Cooperation

Fars News Agency-Iran and Afghanistan attach great importance to the increasing broadening of their bilateral ties and cooperation, Tehran’s former Ambassador to Kabul Mohammad Ebrahim Taherian said. “Afghanistan shares 1,000 kilometers of common borders with Iran. We should know that

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Iran restricts Nimroz-bound transit vehicles

A number of Afghan truck drivers protested at the Bandar Abbas border as the Iranian government has banned the entry of transit trucks bound for southwestern Nimroz province. One thousand trucks are waiting to enter Afghanistan, causing a daily loss

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