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BAZAR: Pakistan Currency Depreciation Discussed

The Central Bank has warned Afghans not to use Pakistani Rupees as they could suffer huge losses.

Afghanistan Central Bank (ACB) said Sunday that due to economic and financial problems in Pakistan, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced that Pakistani Rupees will lose value against the USD. 

ADB spokesman Aimal Hashoor said people who use Pakistani Rupees in Afghanistan may suffer heavy losses as a result and that the central bank will accept no responsibility in relation to this problem.

Shahzada Money Exchangers Union meanwhile raised concerns over the increased use of Pakistani Rupees in Afghanistan and said Pakistan recently decided to print a 10,000 Rupees banknote.

The union urged government to promote the Afghani on the local market so as to decrease the flow of Rupees in the country.  

In this episode host Zarmina Mohammadi discusses the topic with Haji Zerak a money exchanger. 

In a separate discussion host Mohammadi discusses water management in the country on International Water Day with Noor Ahmad Akhundzadah head of the Faculty of Environment, Kabul University.

In addition, host Mohammadi discusses the new technical and vocational training course at the Afghan-Korea center in Kabul with Taj Mohammad Talash, an economist. 

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BAZAR: Pakistan Currency Depreciation Discussed

The Central Bank has warned Afghans not to use Pakistani Rupees as they could suffer huge losses.

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Afghanistan Central Bank (ACB) said Sunday that due to economic and financial problems in Pakistan, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced that Pakistani Rupees will lose value against the USD. 

ADB spokesman Aimal Hashoor said people who use Pakistani Rupees in Afghanistan may suffer heavy losses as a result and that the central bank will accept no responsibility in relation to this problem.

Shahzada Money Exchangers Union meanwhile raised concerns over the increased use of Pakistani Rupees in Afghanistan and said Pakistan recently decided to print a 10,000 Rupees banknote.

The union urged government to promote the Afghani on the local market so as to decrease the flow of Rupees in the country.  

In this episode host Zarmina Mohammadi discusses the topic with Haji Zerak a money exchanger. 

In a separate discussion host Mohammadi discusses water management in the country on International Water Day with Noor Ahmad Akhundzadah head of the Faculty of Environment, Kabul University.

In addition, host Mohammadi discusses the new technical and vocational training course at the Afghan-Korea center in Kabul with Taj Mohammad Talash, an economist. 

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