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Afghan president Hamid Karzai proposes reappointment of Noorullah Delawari as governor of Bank of Afghanistan; last governor fled the country in fear of life
Afghanistan’s government defends itself against claims it failed to co-operate with auditors to safeguard US funds; says relationship with US watchdog is “strained”
Media reports claim Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, has banned US officials from the country’s central bank; conditions 'too hostile' for them to return
Afghan deputy attorney general issues international arrest warrant after Abdul Qadeer Fitrat resigns and flees to the United States; action comes amid Kabul Bank scandal investigation
Report unleashes criticism of central bank’s handling of Kabul Bank loan scandal; governor reacts angrily
Bank of Afghanistan governor Abdul Qadeer Fitrat claims beleaguered Kabul Bank is out of danger, despite continued run on bank, reports say
Bank of Afghanistan governor Abdul Qadeer Fitrat refutes reports top officials at Kabul Bank have been fired due to corruption; stresses bank remains solvent as graft rumours threaten to spark run
Governor says central bank will not be cowed and is working to return to business as usual
Abdul Qadeer Fitrat, the governor of the Bank of Afghanistan, has said that Kabul will have to buy significant quantities of food to avoid shortages throughout the war-torn country.
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…
According to this article published Wednesday 13 September on The Age's website, banking in Afghanistan is in a colourful class of its own, where entering the central bank on the wrong day can mean risking your life.