Afghanistan's Delawari notes success on inflation

In an interview with Afghan state-run newspaper Anis, published Thursday 26 October, the acting president of Afghanistan's central bank said the central bank has been successful in keeping the value of afghani stable against foreign currencies and in preventing inflation over the past four years.

Nurollah Delawari said that this success was one of the important achievements of the bank. He added: "The rate of afghani has been kept in a close range between 45 to 50 afghanis to a US dollar over the

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