Afghanistan exports fruits to India and Arab world

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  1. Quickgun Murugan

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    An Afghan businessman arranges apples during a ceremony held at Kabul International Airport, in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, Nov. 12, 2009. Afghanistan began the first air shipment of apples to the Indian market under the brand of "Silk Route Products" on Thursday. Afghanistan exports apple, grape, melon, pomegranate and dry fruits to India and Arab world. (Xinhua/Zabi Tamanna)


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    Indian Ambassador to Afghanistan Jayant Prasad (L) and two Afghan businessmen show apples during a ceremony held at Kabul International Airport, in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, Nov. 12, 2009. Afghanistan began the first air shipment of apples to the Indian market under the brand of "Silk Route Products" on Thursday. Afghanistan exports apple, grape, melon, pomegranate and dry fruits to India and Arab world. (Xinhua/Zabi Tamanna)

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    Hope they don't export poppy seeds :D
     
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    Buy Afghan apples, keep them away from poppy. The peasants end up making the same/more amount of money selling apples, so don't come up with a "poppy makes more money" argument :)
     

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