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Are pomegranates key to Afghanistan's future?

Delegates from more than 50 nations are in London for talks intended to boost Afghanistan's prospects after foreign combat forces withdraw this month.

Tens of billions of US dollars have been poured into the country, but the Afghan economy is still weak and heavily reliant on donor funds.

Afghanistan's most important sector is agriculture, but could this become a revenue generating industry through exports of fruits like pomegranates?

Daud Qarizadah reports.

  • 04 Dec 2014
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