As the economy has slowed in the aftermath of election, business has slumped for Kabul's money exchangers, who turn Afghanis into dollars and other foreign currency for businessmen
As the economy has slowed in the aftermath of election, business has slumped for Kabul's money exchangers, who turn Afghanis into dollars and other foreign currency for businessmen Hal Bernton/Seattle Times/MCT
As the economy has slowed in the aftermath of election, business has slumped for Kabul's money exchangers, who turn Afghanis into dollars and other foreign currency for businessmen Hal Bernton/Seattle Times/MCT

Afghan economy stumbles amid election uncertainty

October 16, 2009 06:24 PM

UPDATED October 16, 2009 07:18 PM

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