Afghan currency 'expected to stabilise'

AFGHANISTAN - The Afghan currency, the Afghani, has seen huge changes in value over the last few months.

Exchange rates have ranged from 12,000 to 100,000 Afghanis to the dollar, causing havoc to potential investors and customers alike. However, the acting governor of the Central Bank in Afghanistan, Abdul Sattar, says the Bank now has the money supply under control. He expects the value of the currency, currently at about 40,000 to the dollar, to stabilise. Mr Sattar says printing of new

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