The Central Bank this week said the value of the Afghani currency continues to drop against the US dollar in the face of ongoing political tension in the country.
BAZAR: Afghani Drops Against Foreign Currencies
Officials of the Central Bank of Afghanistan said on Wednesday that the fall of the Afghani against foreign currencies is temporary and that the value of the country’s currency will strengthen in the near future.
The officials said the bank has injected over $2.2 billion USD into the country’s market to prevent the increase of prices of goods on the local market.
In this episode of Bazar, host Nargis Musavi discusses the topic with Mahdi Ahang, deputy head of money exchangers union.