India and Afghanistan International Air Cargo Operators Open Corridor To Bypass Pakistan

Airbus A310-304(F), Air-India Cargo JP6707616
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Although Afghan businesses have long wanted to exploit the potential of India’s huge market, trade between the two countries has been hampered due to their tense relations with Pakistan. But a plane loaded in Kabul with 60 tons of medicinal plants landed in New Delhi this week, raising hopes of giving a major boost to commerce…


 
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