South Asian Countries

Afghan traders demand subsidized air corridor to export goods to Chinese markets

Kabul [Afghanistan] : Demanding a subsidized air corridor for exporting goods to the Chinese markets, the Afghan traders said that the air corridor would be too expensive if the government didn’t implement a subsidy system.“The world countries or so-called donors stopped supporting the subsidy system. This brings a big change. Earlier, the expense for Afghan goods would be less and the Afghan goods were sold in the international markets. We were even able to compete with other countries,” said Mahbobullah Mohammadi, a trader, reported Tolo News. Meanwhile, some Afghan traders in China said that they were expecting more goods to arrive from Afghanistan.“The goods include carpets, raisins, and precious stones that will arrive in the China market,” said Salman Reha, an Afghan trader based in China.The chamber of commerce and investment said that China pledged to facilitate exports of Afghan fresh fruit to its…

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