BAZAR: Is Trade Through Air Corridors Cost- Effective?
Figures by the government reveal that at least $16 million has been invested in exporting Afghan goods worth $242 million through air corridors over the past three years.
Critics say trade through the air corridors – which exports Afghan goods mainly to India – is costly and is only short-term. Critics such alternatives to air shipping.
In this program, host Zarmina Mohammadi discusses the topic with Mirwais Haji Zada, deputy head of the union of fresh fruit and vegetable exporters in Kabul.