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Chinese envoy calls for more humanitarian, economic assistance to Afghanistan

Xinhua 27 Jan 2022
26 (Xinhua) -- China's permanent representative to the United Nations on Wednesday calls for more humanitarian and economic assistance to Afghanistan ... China welcomes the efforts of the World Bank and other international institutions to explore financing support for Afghanistan, according to Zhang.
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Technavio Forecasts Worldwide Moringa Products Market size to grow by USD 2.85 Billion between 2020 ...

The Salamanca Press 27 Jan 2022
The consumption of moringa seeds, moringa leaf powder, and moringa pods (drumsticks) is widely popular in APAC, while the global leading suppliers of moringa products including countries such as the Philippines, Taiwan, Bangladesh, India, and Afghanistan are expected to boost the growth of moringa products market in the APAC region ... Market Dynamics.
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Avon Leads the Way

The Eastern Herald 27 Jan 2022
Rishi Pahwa heads Marketing, Production & Purchase whereas Mr ... Its market position ... Avon not only dominated the home market but went global by initiating exports to Afghanistan in the year 1965 and has since strong market presence in some parts of Europe, Africa, and Sri Lanka.
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Humanitarian aid to Afghanistan can stabilize local currency: Afghanistan Central Bank

Khaama Press 26 Jan 2022
As Afghanistan’s local currency-Afghani- hit the unprecedented highest price against the dollar ... Da Afghanistan Bank said that the dollars in cash that are coming to Afghanistan are being distributed to the exchange market in the country.
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Australian cricketers on edge ahead of Pakistan tour - report

RNZ 26 Jan 2022
An increase in attacks since the Taliban regained control of neighbouring Afghanistan in August has not helped to bolster confidence either. Pakistani Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid said terrorist incidents had increased by more than a third since the United States withdrew from Afghanistan, local media reported.
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Australian cricketers nervous about Pakistan tour: Report

The Times of India 26 Jan 2022
An increase in attacks since the Taliban regained control of neighbouring Afghanistan in August hasn't helped to bolster confidence either. Pakistan's interior Minister Sheikh Rashid said terrorist incidents had increased by more than a third since the United States withdrew from Afghanistan, local media reported.
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Australian players nervous about Pakistan tour: report

Dawn 26 Jan 2022
An increase in attacks since the Taliban regained control of neighbouring Afghanistan in August has not helped to bolster confidence either. Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid said terrorist incidents had increased by more than a third since the United States withdrew from Afghanistan, local media reported.
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Australian players nervous about Pakistan tour - report

Independent online (SA) 26 Jan 2022
An increase in attacks since the Taliban regained control of neighbouring Afghanistan in August has not helped to bolster confidence either. Pakistan's interior Minister Sheikh Rashid said terrorist incidents had increased by more than a third since the United States withdrew from Afghanistan, local media reported.
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Cedar Rose approved as an Enhanced International Support Service supplier for the UK Department for International Trade

Gulf News 26 Jan 2022
As part of this development, Cedar Rose will be one of a number of companies supporting UK exporters to reach new markets in the Middle East, Afghanistan, and Pakistan (MEAP) region ... UK businesses looking to enter or operate in the Middle East, Afghanistan and Pakistan region.
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Afghan start-ups ‘running on fumes’

Business Day 25 Jan 2022
Nowadays, her app company’s few remaining employees in Afghanistan work when they can — in the intervals between power cuts and internet outages ... “It is understandable that Afghanistan is a volatile environment, but without any market, entrepreneurs, especially social entrepreneurs like myself, are left flailing on their own,” Wahedi said.
photo: AP / Ebrahim Noroozi
File - In this Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019 photo, Afghan National Army soldiers stand guard at a checkpoint ahead of presidential elections scheduled for Sept. 28, in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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Afghanistan's startups 'running on fumes' as economy crumbles

Dawn 25 Jan 2022
Nowadays, her app company’s few remaining employees in Afghanistan work when they can — in the intervals between power cuts and internet outages ... “It is understandable that Afghanistan is a volatile environment, but without any market, entrepreneurs, especially social entrepreneurs like myself, are left flailing on their own,” Wahedi said.
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EXPLAINER: Why effort to help Afghanistan is falling short

Times Free Press 25 Jan 2022
WASHINGTON (AP) — As winter deepens, a grim situation in Afghanistan is getting worse ... government this month announced $308 million in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan and is working with the U.N ... HOW DID CONDITIONS IN AFGHANISTAN GET SO BAD SO FAST?. Life in Afghanistan was ...
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Khan’s Afghan relief fund faces fire on all fronts

Asiatimes 25 Jan 2022
PESHAWAR – The Pakistan government’s bid to raise funds for Afghanistan’s cash-strapped government has been shot down by the suddenly autonomous State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), due to concerns that financing the Taliban regime could trigger international sanctions ... First, it rejects the Government plan for Afghanistan {relief} Fund.
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SoftBank Robotics America Appoints Jordan Sun as Head of Product, Design and Engineering

Longview News-Journal 25 Jan 2022
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan ... "We are thrilled to have him join our team in bringing new robotics solutions to market.". Prior to San Jos�, Sun was deployed to Afghanistan as the Chief Operating Officer and Head of Product for the Special Operations Joint Task Force-Afghanistan Technology Team ... He also previously worked with In-Q-Tel's Investments Team ... ....
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Entry of Iranian apples sours Kashmiri fruit industry

Arab News 25 Jan 2022
With annual production worth about $1.34 billion, it saw a sudden drop in value last year, when cheap Iranian apples entered the Indian market via Afghanistan, which boasts a free trade agreement with New Delhi. “Today’s market is very down, rates are down because the apples ...
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