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Afghan exporters demand subsidized air corridor to Chinese markets

Afghan traders are demanding a subsidized air corridor for exporting goods to the Chinese markets, adding that the air corridor in question would also require a government subsidy system. Earlier, the expense for Afghan goods would be less and the Afghan goods were sold in the international markets.

Chamber of Commerce and Investment officials said that China pledged to facilitate exports of Afghan fresh fruit to its markets. The acting head of the chamber, Mohammad Younus Momand, said that Afghanistan exported only pine nuts to China so far. "1,000 tons of pine nuts were exported to China via air-corridor. 5,000 tons were exported by other routes. We are trying to increase the exports,” he said. The Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority (ACAA) said that cargo flights have been sent to some countries.


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