The new reality of Afghanistan’s economy
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The Taliban has taxed everything from government projects to international trade.
DynCorp International, KBR and Fluor Corp. often operated under no-bid military contracts, which granted them monopolies on huge deals.
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The hardline government might need the groups to provide basic social services. But it's also likely to fear their human rights advocacy.
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