Kabul, November 25 (Xinhua)-Afghanistan’s exports have increased by 132 percent in the last three months, a Taliban interim government spokesman said Thursday.
“In the last three months of the previous administration, Afghanistan’s exports were 11.58 billion Afghanistan, while in the first three months of the new government, Afghanistan’s exports were 26.83 billion Afghanistan, showing a 132% surge.” The spokesman said. The interim government, Inamura Samangani, wrote on Twitter.
Since the Taliban took over Afghanistan in mid-August and the Taliban-led interim administration was established on September 7, conflict-torn countries have faced economic hardship.
The statement indicates that Afghan traders have exported 698 metric tonnes of dried fruit, including 585 tonnes of raisins, to the European Union, Australia, the United States, and several countries in Asia over the past two weeks. Industry and commerce. (1 US dollar is equivalent to 96 afghani)
Afghanistan exports increase 132 percent in three months: official
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