Taliban Takeover Raises Afghan Tea Market Uncertainties



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Supplanting Iran as the conduit

What is extraordinary is that it looks as though the <3 years old Gwadar port has immediately taken over the long-used smuggling route for tea (that used to go through Iran to Pakistan), all as a consequence of China's Belt and Road project. Incredible!

Jem McDowall more than 2 years ago

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