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How to revive Afghanistan's economy? Taliban reforms, country's ex-central bank says.
About $7 billion in Afghan Central Bank assets remain frozen in the U.S. Could those funds be used to relieve the country's humanitarian crisis?
What is the current state of Afghanistan's economy?
Afghanistan was on the precipice of a humanitarian disaster, and it fell off that precipice, said Madiha Afzal at the Brookings Institution.
How Afghanistan's money exchangers "grease the economy"
The informal network of exchangers are making money available in ways banks can't, says Cambridge research fellow Nafay Choudhury.
The Taliban lacks the skill to run an economy, expert says
Afghanistan's economy needs the help of regional forces and countries, economist Asad Ejaz Butt says.
Uncertainty awaits Afghan refugees coming to the U.S.
"You can't just think of these people as refugees. In a lot of cases, you've got to think of them as returning war veterans."
Head of Afghan central bank warns of further economic collapse under Taliban
Ajmal Ahmady, whose dramatic exit from the country was described in viral tweets, says inflation and poverty will likely rise.
Cutting the Taliban off from global trade could be a tall order
The U.S. has already frozen Afghan assets in this country.
Afghan women stand to lose 20 years of gains as Taliban seize control
The last time the fundamentalists were in power, they banned education for girls and women.
Who is going to provide funding to Afghanistan under the Taliban?
With the Taliban in control, the business picture there could look foggy to the rest of the world, especially when it comes to how much money the government will actually have.
Humanitarian groups scramble as Taliban takes power in Afghanistan
The hardline government might need the groups to provide basic social services. But it's also likely to fear their human rights advocacy.