According to NHK, the Taliban’s control of Afghanistan has had an influence on the country’s economy and people’s lives.
Since the gang took control of the country on August 15, most banks in Kabul have been closed. Citizens gathered in front of banks on Wednesday, waiting for their services to resume.
Goods costs are rising, according to NHK. According to a grocer, flour and apple costs have jumped by roughly 50% in the last week.
According to one shopper, rising prices are making life difficult.
The Taliban announced on Monday that a new acting governor of the central bank had been appointed.
According to them, the appointee was in charge of the group’s finances.
However, according to a former central bank official, the US Federal Reserve holds the majority of the bank’s assets. According to the former official, the Taliban will only be able to access a small portion of the bank’s assets until those assets are made available.
Afghanistan’s financial support has been halted by the International Monetary Fund. As they prepare to form a new administra
Read the full article at Nepal123.com